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1500 S. Martin Luther King Blvd.
525 Orr Dr.
Tallahassee, Florida 32307
 
 
Mr. Tiger Swan
Information Literacy Librarian



Areas of Responsibility

Reference Services, Information Literacy, and Collection Development with a focus on AnthropologySocial Work, Sociology and Criminal Justice. Feel free to contact me to:
  • Seek instruction in accessing and using information resources
  • Get help with your research
  • Recommend library purchases

About the Collections

Collections in the subject areas of Criminal Justice, Social Work and Sociology are housed in the main library. The Library of Congress classification and physical location for these collections are as follows:

Anthropology
LC class: GN1-890
Location: 1st Floor Old

Criminal Justice
LC class: HV7231-9960
Location: 3rd Floor Old Bldg.

Social Work
LC class: HV40-69 Social Service
                  HV545.5 International social work
                  HV7428 Social work with delinquents and criminals
                  HV8079.1-8079.35 Police social work
Location: 3rd Floor Old Bldg.

Sociology
LC class: HM401-1281
Location: 1st Floor Annex

All print journals and newspapers are located on the 3rd Floor in alphabetical order. Electonic journals and newspapers can be accessed from e-journal and newspaper search.

Contact Information

Information Literacy Librarian
Tiger Swan
email: tiger.swan@famu.edu
phone: (850) 599-3193

Department Liaison,
Anthropology
Professor: Dr. John Foster
email: john.foster@famu.edu
Phone: (850) 599-3995

Department Liaison,
Criminal Justice
Professor:  Felecia Dix-Richardson
email: felecia.dix@famu.edu

Department Liaison,
Social Work
Professor:  Narayan Persaud
email: narayan.persaud@famu.edu


Related Links

Database A-Z
Subject Guides
Tutorials

Brief Biography

Before moving to Tallahassee in June of 2009, I spent most of my life in central Illinois. I earned a B.A. in Russian & East European Studies, and EdM in Human Resource Education and a M. S. in Library & Information Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In addition to my areas of responsibility, I also have a passion for working within the areas of LGBT, Gender, and Women's studies. While at the University of Illinois, I worked extensively to help archive the Irene Tinker collection for Women in International Development. I also enjoy traveling and exploring other cultures and have visited over twenty countries on five continents. I hope you will stop by to ask me a question or simply to say Hello.






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