Name: Jocelyn Morris
Phone: 02 6885 7359
Hello. I'm Jocelyn. I have worked in a variety of libraries and moved to the Dubbo campus of CSU in July 2018. I have lived and worked in lots of places within Australia and overseas, but prefer living and working in the country. I spent 8 years living in Broken Hill NSW, and there worked with many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in 14 different health disciplines.
I can help to find materials for your study, assessment and assignment tasks, get access to print and online materials and lots more through the library website. When I am not at work, I enjoy being out in the bush and spending time with my rescue dog, Lola.
Name: Karen Klein
Phone: 02 6051 9877
Hi, I’m Karen. I grew up on a property in south-east Riverina region of New South Wales. My childhood was great and loved growing up with space around me. I would spend time helping with farm chores, driving tractor and motorbikes, tending to animals and always looked forward to our annual holiday, which was usually at the beach.
On finishing school, I moved to Sydney (a very daunting move) to complete my library studies. Once completed, I moved to Wagga Wagga where a worked as a cataloguer for the Riverina Regional Library, before I joined CSU Library. In 2000, transferred to the Albury-Wodonga Campus Library, when a position became vacant and have not left. Since then, I have married and have 2 beautiful boys and love the role I play in their lives.
I work in the Information Services team at Albury-Wodonga Campus Library. One of the things I love most about my job, is being able to help students and staff to be able to locate the information that they are after and make full use of the services available to them. Please feel free to drop in and see me or give me a call – I’m here to help you.
Name: Kate Allman
Phone: 02 6933 2055
Campus: Wagga Wagga
Hi, I’m Kate. In 2013, I moved to Wagga from North Carolina (USA) to start the next chapter of my life. I grew up in a coastal town called Wilmington where I loved going to the beach. The move to Wagga was quite a change for me, but I quickly began to call this area home and I have loved getting to know the city, community and Riverina region.
Before venturing into Library Land, I studied film, literature and art history. Art in all of its forms has always been fascinating and important to me. While I was studying Information Studies and Librarianship at CSU, I worked at the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery and regional arts development office, Eastern Riverina Arts. I’m an artist as well and enjoy creating and collecting independent, handmade magazines called “zines.”
I like working in a library because it is where my interests in creating, collecting and learning come together. Also, it is a place where I can share my knowledge and learn from others, so please give me a call to talk about what you’re learning and how the Library can support you during your studies.
Name: Lorraine Rose
Phone: 02 6582 9462
Campus: Port Macquarie
Hi, I’m Lorraine and I work at Charles Sturt University’s Port Macquarie Campus as a Librarian.
I grew up in the Central Tablelands of NSW before heading to Sydney for University. I then moved to rural Victoria before settling in Port Macquarie where I have lived for over fifteen years. I love living near the beach but also regularly spotting a kangaroo or koala (even from the Port Macquarie Campus Library desk!). I have two kids and plenty of furry/feathery/scaly family members to keep me busy when I’m not at work.
Please drop in and say hello. I’m here to support students discover information for their studies, whether it is advice on using the Library website or how to find a resource for an assessment, I’d love to be able to help you. I like locating and sharing knowledge but I’m always keen to learn new things so pop in and tell me about your studies (or animals!). Before joining Charles Sturt University Library I was working at the TAFE Library in Port Macquarie.
Name: Petrina Smith
Phone: 02 6338 6120
Hi, My name is Petrina and I work at CSU’s Bathurst campus as an Information Librarian.
I grew up in Tumbarumba which is part of the Snowy mountains NSW. I moved to Canberra after completing my HSC and studied at TAFE completing my Diploma of Children’s Services. I then worked for the next 14 years as a team leader with 0-3 year old children. During this time I met my husband and had 2 boys.
After the birth of my own children, I felt I needed a change and once again went back to TAFE to complete the Diploma of Library Services. I volunteered one day a week at my local public library and did some relief work. I eventually became the branch librarian where I was able to combine my love of books and children’s programs working closely with my community. My family moved to Bathurst for work and education and I gained work at CSU Library and have been here ever since. I am currently studying the Bachelor of Information Services to further my career. I enjoy helping others with their research and finding their resources.
Name: Bec Fabry
Phone: 02 6365 7592
Hi, I'm Bec. I was born and grew up in Orange and after moving around for a few years I'm now back in Orange working for the CSU Library. I work part time, when I'm not at work I have 4 young kids to look after. I've also been studying Library & Information Management through CSU for the last few years.
I'm an Information Librarian working at the CSU Orange Campus Library; I help students who have questions about how to use the Library & how to find information for their assignments. I have worked for the CSU Library, in lots of different roles for about 15 years. Before working for CSU Library I worked for a TAFE Library in Sydney.
Whether you are studying on campus or via distance, help is never far away. The Library’s friendly staff are approachable both on campus and online.
Feel free to chat in real time to a Librarian using our Live Chat service or on the phone by calling your support team on 1800 275 278. Or you might like to send an email by completing our form (replies within one working day).
Get to know our team of Indigenous Support Librarians, but don’t forget that all Library staff are there to assist you.