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Jessica U. OberlinPenn College is spotlighted in a fresh post to Infobase’s website, which features an interview with Madigan Library’s Jessica U. Oberlin. The library subscribes to the company’s Films on Demand database, offering instructional access to streaming videos from such acclaimed networks as PBS, National Geographic and the BBC. Oberlin, Madigan’s information technology initiatives librarian, obliged the request for answers in an enlightening give-and-take. How do campus librarians enhance learning every day? Visit Infobase and learn!

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