Anthony Sigismondi

Information Literacy & Instruction Librarian

B.A., Northern Illinois University (History)
M.A., Northern Illinois University (History)
M.L.I.S., University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana

Anthony joined St. Norbert College in 2012 as the information literacy and instruction librarian.  His responsibilities include teaching individual class sessions on information literacy related skills, providing reference assistance to students, faculty and community members, collaborating with faculty on the design and implementation of information literacy outcomes, and coordinating efforts to integrate information literacy instruction across the curriculum.

His goal is to provide students a strong foundation for life-long learning by improving their capacity to critically engage with information in all of its diverse forms and contexts and to build the confidence to respond to and contribute to our existing body of knowledge.

Anthony is a member of the college committee on diversity, equity and inclusion, the digital learning initiative, and the first-year common course task force.

Anthony’s other interests include music, vegetable gardening, sports, the politics of food and home-brewing. He also tries his best to replicate exotic gourmet cuisine.