Fullerton College Library
Library Study SpaceEnjoy a quiet, clean, social-distanced space
Librarian and Staff Directory
For assistance with borrowing items, renewals, fines,
overdues, blocks on student accounts, reserve books: 714.992.7039, option 4.
For research assistance during library hours: 714.732.5694
or 714.992.7039, option 5.
Library Assistant I, Circulation
Library Assistant I, Circulation
On weekdays, find FCL’s acquisitions strawbrarian at the ref desk; teaching LIB100; guiding-on-the-siding in one-on-research consultations; collaborating to run library operations; leading library instruction sessions; conquering curricul-yum committee commitments, and co-chairing Q&A: Queer Straight Alliance (an LGBTQIA+ United Faculty subcommittee). Her publications include penning a book for the American Library Association (ALA); co-writing a fashion bibliography for Reference & User Services Quarterly; and editing an ALA publication regarding access for persons with disabilities. This raspbrarian has been active as a presenter for ALA, e.g., co-leading a half-day Austin preconference for the Young Adult Literature Symposium (#keepYALSAweird). Our liberal lion of the library has authored grants totaling over $100K, and was featured as a Library Journal Mover and Shaker in the “change agents” category. On weekends, she enjoys trying her hand at writing, camping, catching performances, chowing on flesh-free grub, and sipping leathery vino with BFFs.
I investigate things to complete my knowledge. My complete knowledge makes my thoughts sincere. My thoughts being sincere, my heart is pure. – Charlie Crews from Life
Once a middle school English teacher (BA in English, UCLA & SS Credential in English, CSUDH), now a college librarian (Masters in Library and Information Science, UCLA), Jill loves being able to “investigate things” with FC students, exploring the library’s curated information and the open web to select sources that enrich, challenge, and inform. Though Jill’s job comprises many tasks and responsibilities, taking part in that journey of discovery with students is the highlight of her days.
If you are interested in tapping into your intellectual curiosity and investigating things, let’s explore the information landscape together. Students: Request a guide on your side with Book a Librarian. Professors: Request an instruction session for class guidance through the research process (traditional or gamified with escape room challenges).
Lugene Rosen is a California native with deep roots in Orange County. She has an MA in literature, an MFA in creative writing, and an MLIS (Master of Library and Information Science). With over twenty years of English instruction experience for the Coast Community College District as well as being an instruction and reference librarian, she is happy to be on Team Hornet. Lugene is an active scholar in the field of popular culture, and her current pop culture focus is the television show Supernatural. Not surprisingly, she is an avid reader who devours books.
Reference and Student Programming
Val helps to organize and promote library programs throughout the year by partnering with various student services and academic departments. He also gives library instruction sessions, does PR work for the library, points students in the right direction in their research, and has many answers to many questions at the reference desk. Having once been a California community college student himself, Val has a soft spot for community college students, and is super-convinced that various tools of academic success live in the library. To that end, Val hopes to persuade many, many FC students to exploit the library, so they can move closer to accomplishing their academic goals.
Before discovering the wonders of FC, Val was a librarian at Moreno Valley College, Westwood College, and was a wandering expat working as a full-time English faculty member at Sungkyunkwan University in the Republic of Korea for several years. He enjoys trivia, rare book collecting, and macrophotography in his spare time.
Systems & Assessment
Tim Ream grew up in Santa Ana and attended UCLA, earning a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. He later earned a master’s degree in Library and Information Science from San Jose State University. Tim has worked as an adjunct and full-time faculty member at Irvine Valley College, Charles R. Drew University and LA Southwest College. Before becoming a librarian Tim worked in IT, and remains focused on how technology can support and enhance the mission of libraries.
This librarian enjoys meetings that involve post-it notes, running library instruction sessions where students ask about wild card searches, finding books that explain complicated subjects in plain language, researching local history, helping students get A’s on their research papers, and reading beautifully designed typography. On weekends you will find her doing none of these things.