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

Digital Projects

Outreach

Information Desk

Classroom Technology Services

Learning Technologies and Online Education

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

PASS (Plymouth Academic Support Services)

Writing Center

Library Technology

Technical Services

  • Elaine Allard, Interim Dean, 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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