WEST PLAINS, Mo. – The Garnett Library’s impact on the Missouri State University-West Plains campus and in the community will be the topic of the Friends of the Garnett Library monthly luncheon meeting Friday, April 21, on the Missouri State-West Plains campus.
In her presentation “The Fingerprint of the University on the Garnett Library,” Director of Library Services Sylvia Kuhlmeier will review the library’s impact on students, faculty and the community, and will point out ways the Friends of the Garnett Library has made a “fingerprint” on the university, focusing on the group’s current project of creating a collaborative learning space. Guests will be able to view a test collaboration learning space setup and get a hands-on feel for how interactive technology will enhance the students’ group work and projects, Kuhlmeier said.
In addition, officers for the organization’s 2017-18 academic year will be inducted during the meeting, Kuhlmeier said. Those attending will be able to congratulate the new leaders and have an opportunity to volunteer their skills in support of the group’s many activities.
The luncheon and meeting will take place from noon to 1 p.m. in the Garnett Library, 304 W Trish Knight St. Parking is available in the lot off Trish Knight Street on the north side of the building.
Cost of the meal is $10, payable at the door. Those wishing to eat should make a reservation by calling 417-255-7940 or emailing FriendsofGarnettLibrary@MissouriState.edu by Tuesday, April 18.
For more information about Friends of the Garnett Library and how you can join, visit the organization’s website or call 417-255-7940.