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Specialist gives talk on Library of Congress resources


February 19. 2013 4:43PM
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Frank Evina, a retired information specialist in the Copyright Department of the Library of Congress, presented an overview of the Junior Fellows Intern Program and the use of Library of Congress resources in K-12 classrooms as a part of the fall Drs. Robert S. and Judith A. Gardner Educational Forum Series at Wilkes University. Evina, who retired from the Library of Congress after more than 20 years of service, has returned to Northeastern Pennsylvania, where he was born and raised. At the event, from left: Robert S. Gardner, assistant professor of education, Wilkes University; Kitch Mussari, producer, The Face of America; James D. Welch; Andrew P. Miller, associate professor of political science, Wilkes University; student Tyler Berntsen, Long Valley, N.J.; Evina; student Christopher Grube, Pottsville; Tony Mussari, producer, The Face of America; Neil Grimes, library media specialist, Coughlin High School; and student Jeanne Cannon, Coaldale.




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