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As assistant librarian at the Pendergrass Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine Library, Caroline Zeglen provides research assistance for students and faculty who visit our branch library on the Ag Campus. She offers library orientation sessions, tours, and instruction. Caroline has a passion for student success and helps coordinate the library’s tutoring partnerships, including the writing center and statistical consulting.
Some of Caroline’s special projects illustrate what is unique about Pendergrass Library. Caroline supports the library’s multimedia technology by exploring new applications for 3D printing, assisting patrons with graphic design software, and helping students and faculty print posters for conferences. She also helps manage the library’s extensive government documents collection, which includes Tennessee soil surveys and cooperative agriculture collections with other regional libraries.
Caroline is in charge of marketing for Pendergrass, and she promotes the library to students, faculty, and staff on the Ag Campus and beyond. She manages the branch library’s website, social media, news releases, and more. Caroline reaches out to new students, campus organizations, UT Extension agents, and other patrons to support learning and research — always seeking ways to serve them better. She loves to connect people to Pendergrass and share what makes the library special!
Caroline holds a bachelor’s degree in English literature and writing/communications from Maryville College and a master’s in information sciences from the University of Tennessee.
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