About the blog:
I discuss the various aspects of academic library liaison work: teaching, outreach, research consultations, collection management, etc. I also write about business librarianship, research strategies, and sources. I try to post at least once a month. Header photos come from vanherdehaage.
About Steve Cramer:
I’m the business and geography librarian at UNC Greensboro, beginning here in April 2001 and awarded tenure in 2007.
I came to UNCG from Duke University, where I was the Digital Services Librarian and business specialist in Perkins Library. Before that, I was a librarian at Davenport College (now University) of Business in Holland, Michigan.
I serve as a Coleman Fellow for Entrepreneurship Education and teach ENT/GEO/LIS/MKT 530: Researching Opportunities in Entrepreneurship & Economic Development in the spring.
I was awarded the PrivCo Prize for Excellence in Business Librarianship in 2015.
I earned a BA in Medieval and Renaissance Studies from the University of Michigan in 1991, and a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in 1994. I’m co-founder of Business Librarianship in North Carolina (BLINC), a member of ALA’s BRASS, and a Carolina Consortium negotiator.