Sarah's role in the library
I am the liaison for the Computer Science, Bioengineering and Mechanical Engineering Departments. I collect materials and provide research support for these departments and their related labs and research groups, in addition I maintain the library's collection of industry standards. I provide instruction support for PWR courses and teach workshops on various topics at the Engineering Library.
Topic Guides by Sarah
|Guide||Last Updated||Subject tag|
|Automotive engineering||2012-12-18||Automotive engineering|
|Medical device design and regulations||2014-02-12||Bioengineering, Materials science and engineering, Mechanical design, Medicine and health|
|Computer science||2014-02-24||Computer science|
|Mechanical Engineering||2013-03-12||Mechanical design, Mechanical engineering|
Course Guides by Sarah
|PWR 1RC||Spring 2013||Domestication: How Humans Shape the Natural World||Carpenter, R.|
|PWR 2SB||Winter 2014||Writing 'Science': Fact, Fiction, and Everything Between||Brawn, S.|
|ENGR 202W||Autumn, Winter, Spring||ENGR 202W: Technical writing||Reichard, C.|
|MATSCI-81N||Fall||MATSCI 81N: Bioengineering materials to heal the body||Heilshorn, S.|
|ENGR 102M||Spring 2013||Technical/Professional Writing for Mechanical Engineers||McDevitt, M.|
|PWR 2RC||Spring 2014||Red Pill or Blue Pill? : The Rhetoric of Drugs||Carpenter, R|
|PWR1 GNV||Winter 2014||Rhetoric of bioethics and biopolitics||Varsava ,N|
Member, American Society for Engineering Educators - Engineering Libraries Division (2008 - present)
Lester, S. (presenter), “The End User Experience;” Springer E-book Summit, San Diego, CA, January 7, 2011
Lester, S. (presenter), “Stanford Engineering Library —Envisioning an Evolving Facility;” American Society for Engineering Education, Engineering Libraries Division, June 22, 2010
Lester, S. (2009). Using Serendipity to Navigate the Stacks. Ambidextrous, 11, 10-12.
More about Sarah
Prior to becoming a librarian I worked in a number of different positions doing web UI design and programming as well as graphic design. As the child of three generations of Engineers, I have an appreciation for the profession and the types of resources required for success.