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Welcome to Beeghly Library: About the Library

Embedded Programming: Information Literacy

Information Literacy is "the set of integrated abilities encompassing the reflective discovery of information, the understanding of how information is produced and valued, and the use of information in creating new knowledge and participating ethically in communities of learning." - Association of College and Research Libaries

These skills should be thoughtfully integrated into our assignments, projects, courses, and curriculum. To learn more about how to incorporated information literacy into your teaching, explore the resources below:

Library Mission Statement

The Beeghly Library is an integral resource in support of the educational programs of Juniata College. The library provides scholarly information and library services necessary to enhance academic life and encourage lifelong learning through the College community.

The Collections

The Circulating Collection includes over 120,000 physical items.
There is online access to150 Electronic Databases that contain over 1,300,000 items.
The Archives & Special Collection includes over 47,000 physical items that are classified rare, historical, and/or unique.

  Gordon, Jacob
 Archives & Special
 Collections Librarian
 (814) 641-5323​

 Everett, Lauren
 Access & Collections Coordinator
 (814) 641-3455
Kern, Sara
 Access Services and
 Instruction Librarian
 (814) 641-3449
 Mumford, John
 Associate Director,
 Head of Collections
 (814) 641-3451

L.A. Beeghly Library, Juniata College
1700 Moore Street, Huntingdon, PA 16652
Phone: 814-641-3450
Fax: 814-641-3435