University of Dubuque

Mary Ann Knefel

  Instructor of Bibliography

  B.A., Knox College; M.L.S., University of Illinois; M.B.A., University
  of Dubuque

  Contact Info:

  202 Charles C. Myers Library (563) 589-3215

 "The library plays a vital role in the Seminary students' lives by   connecting them to the resources they require for their education. We are blessed to have the Charles C. Myers Library, expanded and renovated in 2003. The award-winning building invites students to study, research, collaborate, finish their paper, or just relax in Sylvia's Common Ground, the coffee shop. With many resources available electronically-reserve reading, periodical articles, and databases-information is available when and where students' need it. The library shares a catalog with Wartburg Theological Seminary's Reu Memorial Library and runs a daily shuttle of materials. These combined libraries offer students access to a collection of over 275,000 volumes." Mary Anne Knefel has been at the University of Dubuque for over 28 years, initially as Reference & Instruction Librarian, then Assistant Director. She was appointed Library Director in 2004. She has taught everyone from first graders to Seminary students how to conduct research. Before UDTS, she worked at the Carnegie-Stout Public Library in Dubuque, the Library of the Health Sciences at University of Illinois-Rockford, and Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois. She is interested in information literacy and has published and presented on this topic.