|Electronic and Student Services Librarian
Director, Certificate of Excellence in Legal Research
(806) 742-3990 x261
Aperna Sherman is originally from Pennsylvania. While working as a student assistant at the circulation desk in law school she discovered a passion for all things library related. During library school, she worked as a graduate assistant at UNC School of Law Library.
This is Aperna's first professional librarian position and she loves every minute of it. She enjoys playing with databases and being the "keeper of passwords." She also is interested in administrative, constitutional and family law.
B.A., Lafayette College, 2002
J.D., Roger Williams University School of Law, 2005
M.S.L.S., University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, 2007
Certificate of Excellence in Legal Research
Major Questions for E-Resource Management, 20:3 Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship 202-204 (2008).
Thesis: The Changing FDLP: The impact of Electronic Government Information on the Federal Depository Library Program (2007).
Not Your Grandma's Student Services, program presented with Mike Martinez, Jr., at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Association of Law Libraries, Waco, Texas, April 10, 2010