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What is OneSearch?
OneSearch is the library’s main search interface that defaults to searching for books, book chapters, articles, journals, streaming video, and more. Learn more about customizing your searches to meet your research needs.
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Resources at K
Research Guides – Full list of Databases the library subscribes to, including trial access.
Using Your Library Channel – The channel where you can watch instruction videos on research for courses at Kalamazoo College
Kalamazoo College Archives – Materials in the College Archives document the history of the College, including College publications and photographs
Databases – Find the best library databases for your research.
Digital Archives (CACHE) – The Kalamazoo College Digital Archive (CACHE) includes publications, documents, and images about the College in an online repository. Find Senior Individualized Projects (SIPs) in Academic Departments, Programs, and SIPs.
LibKey & BrowZine – Discover and browse scholarly publications.
A.M. Todd Rare Book Room – The A.M. Todd Rare Book Room houses a distinctive collection of rare and unusual books and manuscripts. The collection is located on the third floor of Upjohn Library Commons, Room 326 and taken together, the materials demonstrate the nature of intellectual inquiry over the past five hundred years.
Borrowing and Searching Other Libraries
MeLCat – MeLCat is a statewide network of Michigan libraries sharing resources with each other. MeLCat does not lend articles.
Interlibrary Loan System – Interlibrary Loan is an international borrowing and lending service for materials of all types.
WorldCat – search libraries worldwide and request through ILL.
Western Michigan University Library – search WMU’s holdings.
Research Librarians (also known as Reference Librarians) are available for individual consultations online via Microsoft Teams or in-person.
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Your Research Librarians
I have worked as a Reference and Instruction Librarian at K since 1999. Kalamazoo is my home town. I am a K alum and received my Master’s of Library and Information Science from the University of Michigan. I love diving into research questions and helping students find information.
Favorite Interests: Cats, Mid Century Design, Stationary and Office Supplies.
I joined Robin as Reference and Instruction Librarian at K in 2018. I’m originally from a small town in Indiana and have lived all over (Tokyo, NYC, Cincinnati!) before finally finding my forever home in Kalamazoo. My Master’s in Library Science comes from Queens College. I love working with students at all stages of the research process—even citation! When not at work I can usually be found at my boys sporting/musical/theatrical events or on my couch with a cup of tea and my ancient kitty curled on my lap.
I’ve been one of the weekend circulation assistants since 2019. I earned my MLIS from Wayne State University and my BA in History from Aquinas College. I’m more than happy to help with any of your research quandaries, but if you’re in particular need of citation assistance, I’ve got your back. Outside of the library my interests include: walking, animal welfare, genealogy, Roman history, and comedy specials.