librarian spotlight: Joanna Anderson

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Job Title: Distance Education Librarian, Sherrod Library  

Degrees & Institutions: B.A. Medieval and Early Modern History, The Ohio State University,  B.A. Medieval and Early Modern English Literature, The Ohio State University, MLIS Kent State University 

Hometown: Richwood, OH

What YouTube channels do you subscribe to?

Lizzie Bennet Diaries
TheMostPopularGirls
PBS Idea Channel
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Have you ever been in a food fight?

Yeah, a few with my family. I come from a very rowdy Catholic family.

What’s your favorite body of water?

Mirror Lake on Ohio State’s campus

Is there one library resource that you recommend more than others?

OneSearch

Which celebrity favors you?

I think Tina Fey and I may be the same person.

If you invented a monster what would it look like and what would it be called?

It would be a Plague Doctor. They were SO scary looking. The costume consisted of an ankle length overcoat and a bird-like beak mask often filled with sweet or strong smelling substances (commonly lavender), along with gloves, boots, a brim hat and an outer over-clothing garment.

What’s your favorite children’s book?

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day and Dr. Seuss’s ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book!

Is there anything else we should know about you?

I am a diehard fan of two of the worst professional sports teams: The Cleveland Indians and The Cleveland Browns

I read trashy romance novels in my spare (and not so spare) time. I think too much at work, I don’t want to do it at home.

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