Lamson Library & Learning Commons Directory

General Information

Administration

  • David Beronä, Dean, Library and Academic Support Services, (603) 535 – 2817
  • Daphne Morin, Administrative Assistant, (603) 535 – 2257

Archives

Reference/Research Assistance

  • Gary McCool, Librarian, Coordinator of Reference Services, (603) 535 – 2457

Digital Projects

Outreach

Information Desk

  • Jo-Ann M. Guilmett, Director, Client Services, (603) 535-2911
  • Mike Cosma, Information Desk Shift Supervisor, (603) 535 – 2963
  • Information Desk Shift Supervisor, (603) 535-3019

Classroom Technology Services

  • Todd Kent, Technology Coordinator for Classrooms & Events (603) 535-2903

Learning Technologies and Online Education, CETL

PASS (Plymouth Academic Support Services)

  • Susan Keefe, Director, (603) 535-2453
  • Angela Ricciardi, Tutor Coordinator, (603) 535-2469
  • Patti May, Data & Technology Coordinator, (603) 535-2427
  • Janice Carlson, Advisor for Students with Disabilities, (603) 535-2986
  • Vanesa Urango, Program Support Assistant, (603) 535-2408, Rm 003

Writing Center

Library Technology

Technical Services

  • Elaine Allard, Librarian, Coordinator, (603) 535 – 2458
  • Christine Rosset, Cataloging, (603) 535 – 2678
  • Steffan O’Sullivan, Cataloging, (603) 535 – 2964
  • Rick Kipphut, Cataloging, (603) 535 – 2259
  • Susan Noel, Periodicals Supervisor, (603) 535 – 2962

About Us

Lamson Library was named for and dedicated to Dr. Herbert H. Lamson, a beloved science teacher of 34 years, who, although a Dartmouth-degreed medical doctor, devoted his life instead to teaching and supporting this institution’s library development.Lamson Library spans a history of over 130 years, from a one-room facility serving Plymouth Normal School, through several expansions, relocations, and renovations as Plymouth Teachers College, then Plymouth State College, to the current multi-level 21st-century facility providing state-of-the-art information resources and services to over 4,800 undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty of Plymouth State University. It is the largest publicly accessible library in central/northern New Hampshire, second largest overall after Dartmouth College.The Library’s current total collections number over 900,000 volumes/units, including over 300,000 cataloged print volumes, over 10,000 cataloged non-print items (video/DVD, music CD’s, and other media), and over 500,000 microform units.

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