Tuesday, April 14 is National Library Worker’s Day, a day to thank the people who work in libraries and to celebrate their accomplishments. In the Brookens Library, in addition to the faculty, staff and students that you see at the Information and Circulation desks there are people working “behind the scenes” to acquire and describe all the materials that the library receives, from reference books to e-books, and to keep all of our electronic systems up and running. There are the people in Archives and Special Collections, making manuscripts, audio files, county records, photographs and more available to visitors who want to make use of these primary sources. Plus, in the Brookens Library we are fortunate to have the Center for Online Learning, Research and Service (COLRS, formerly OTEL) as part of the library. We are all here to help you succeed! Let us know how we’re doing and what we can do differently and better.