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Chris Sherratt



Chris Sherratt is a librarian at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).


Chris can help you find information related to earth and atmospheric sciences, nuclear engineering, energy and the environment. She can put you in touch with other expert librarians, and help you find research for theses and other projects. She can also unravel the mysteries of government documents and technical reports, and find them here or outside MIT.


Education/Experience:

Chris has worked in the MIT Libraries since 1989. Previously she worked as a science librarian in the Mann Library at Cornell (Life Sciences, Agriculture, Human Ecology and Applied Social Sciences) and at the Science-Engineering Library, University of Arizona.

  • BS General Science, Purdue University
  • MSLS Library and Information Science, University of Kentucky







Video Title: Treasure hunter

Video Summary: Librarian or sleuth detective? Gone are the days of riffling through dusty old card catalogues. Chris Sherratt has been an MIT librarian for more than 25 years. She will stop at nothing to track down a resource.

Creator: MIT School of Engineering

Original Published Date: Sep 8, 2017






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REFERENCES

1. MIT Libraries, Staff Profiles: Christine Sherratt, https://libguides.mit.edu/profiles/gcsherra (accessed May 23, 2020).




CITATION INFORMATION

Article Title
  • Chris Sherratt
Website Name
  • Librarianship Studies & Information Technology
URL
  • https://www.librarianshipstudies.com/2019/02/chris-sherratt.html
Last Updated
  • May 25, 2020
Original Published Date
  • February 1, 2019



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