EXHIBITS

Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Merrill-Cazier Library

Summary

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The Merrill-Cazier Library opened on the campus of Utah State University on September 19, 2005. This digital exhibit was created as part of the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the opening of the Merrill-Cazier Library. It is a chance to look back at the history of the library at Utah State University; to see how this heart of the campus developed from a room in Old Main to the 305,000 square feet hub of learning it is today.

Credits:

  • Kelvin Bloxham – Scanning technician (Student employee, Digital Initiatives Department)
  • Braden Clinger – Scanning technician (Student employee, Digital Initiatives Department)
  • Jamie Duke – Scanning technician (Student employee, Digital Initiatives Department)
  • Mason Galecki – Scanning technician (Student employee, Digital Initiatives Department)
  • Lauryn Parent – Scanning technician (Student employee, Digital Initiatives Department)
  • Robert Parson – Text and advising (University Archivist, Special Collections & Archives)
  • Andrea Payant – Digital exhibit creation (Cataloger & Metadata Specialist, Cataloging Department)
  • Darcy Pumphrey – Digital exhibit creation (Digital Library Coordinator, Digital Initiatives Department)
  • Sara Skindelien – Material selection assistance (Special Collections & Archives)
  • Mikkel Skinner – Graphic design (Graphic designer, Administration)

Many thanks to all of the library employees who contributed material for the development of this exhibit: Ken Buist, Kurt Meyer, Garth Mikesell, Melanie Shaw, Trina Shelton, Randy Williams, and Liz Woolcott.