Finding relevant, current and accurate information can be a complex and time-consuming task in today's dynamic world of print, electronic and digital information. Knowing where to begin, how to gather, and how to evaluate and effectively use information is a critical and valued skill in our rapidly changing world.
It is often said that half of knowledge is knowing where to find it.
The Reinhardt library and its staff can help you get started and will support you along the way. The library staff, services and collections of print and digital resources are designed to support the University’s academic programs and enrich your learning experience. Whether you visit the library in person or enter over the library web site, the Hill Freeman Library and Spruill Learning Center is a great place to begin any research project. Visit often and let our staff know how we can help you.
|Director of Library Services
|Reserves & Serials Services
|Night Circulation Services
|Amy Puckett McGee
|Technical Services Librarian
|Circulation & Interlibrary Loan Services
|Library Assistant/Weekend Services