TAMUC Library, Collections Serve The Public Beyond Campus
The Velma K. Waters Library on the campus of Texas A&M University-Commerce has remained open throughout the pandemic - though with some changes. The university's library provides resources and services for members of the general public as well as students, faculty and staff.
Among the library's offerings are several special collections, including a digital archive featuring items of regional interest. KETR visits with Head of Research and Learning Sarah Northam and Digital Archivist Adam Northam to learn what's been going on at the library, what's currently available and how to access the library's services and holdings. We also discuss last August's name change, when the university's main library was named after Waters. It had been named after former university president James G. Gee.