Your Bridge to College Knowledge
Are you a rural high school in the Texas Panhandle? Would you like to expand your collection by 314,759 books? The Cornette Library has a solution for you. The Library Partnership Program is a collaboration between Cornette Library, the Office of Admissions, the R2OHP AmeriCorps program, and a rural school library like you, with the express purposes of helping reinforce the research skills of our local schools, and easing the transition between high school and college. This program has two parts: the day at WTAMU and the opportunity for classroom teachers to check out books from our library. The day at WTAMU includes information literacy instruction, research time, lunch, a tour, and many more options. See the menu below for more information. The opportunity for classroom teachers to check out books for classroom use allows local school teachers to use our print collection at their school, reinforcing their collection, and ensuring that students have access to appropriate content for research projects.
For reservations, please fill out the form or contact Bruce Wardlow at 806-651-2221
Substitutions and custom orders are welcomed.
All Orders Include:
Choose an Information Literacy Program for the first hour of your experience at the Cornette Library:
Choose a research goal for the second hour of your experience at the Cornette Library:
Lunch at the Caf graciously provided by the Department of Admissions.
Tour of campus graciously provided by the Department of Admissions.
Choose from one or more of these options: