Question: What’s your Favorite place to read?
Heather Maloney, Library Director: On vacation….anywhere.
Michelle McKinney, Reference/Web Services Librarian: I like to read in bed or in my favorite lounge chair.
Kellie Tilton, Instructional Technologies Librarian: I prefer to read on vacation (a random dream vacation is one dedicated JUST to reading), but more often than not, I read in bed.
Lauren Wahman, Instruction Librarian: Vacation, couch, bed…just about anywhere except the car.
Rachel Lewis, Technical Services Manager: No favorite place, but I tend to read in my bed before I fall asleep.
Tammy Manger, Public Services Manager: I like to read in bed. That’s why I can’t make it through more than two pages.
Chris Marshall, Public Services Assistant: Poolside in the summer is the best!
Question: Do you prefer to read one book at a time, or several at once?
Heather Maloney, Library Director: Several at once and lately not so much luck with finishing….
Michelle McKinney, Reference/Web Services Librarian: Accidentally re-reading books. I’ll borrow a book from the library and realize a few chapters in that I’ve read it before.
Kellie Tilton, Instructional Technologies Librarian: I TRY to read one at a time, but I’m easily enticed by new, shiny books.
Lauren Wahman, Instruction Librarian: I’ve got a better shot at finishing it if I stick with one.
Rachel Lewis, Technical Services Manager: If I am in the mood for reading it will only be one book at a time.
Tammy Manger, Public Services Manager: I read one book at time. Otherwise I tend to get lost and find myself looking back in the book to figure out what I’ve already read.
Chris Marshall, Public Services Assistant: I usually read just one book at time. I can enjoy the characters more reading just one at a time.
Library visitors enjoyed a sweet, nerdy treat (Air Heads and Nerds) when they stopped by the desk.
Library faculty and staff pulled showed off their bookish fashion with library/reading themed t-shirts and buttons.
The Question of the Day continued with asking visitors about their favorite biographies/autobiographies.
The trivia board noted the recent ranking of UC’s Health Sciences Library as one of the Top 25 Health Science Libraries in the U.S.