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Library Liaisons

​​Each department has a librarian liaison to serve as a bridge of communication to the library. These librarians can help facilitate programming, library instruction, collection development, and more. 

Department ​​
Librarian  Contact information 
Biology (Anatomy, Biology, Botany, Environmental Biology, Microbiology, and Zoology)  
Elizabeth Wright  
Business (Accounting, Entrepreneurship and Management/Marketing)  
Jarrett Brazel 
English, Literature, and Reading   Jeannette Bruno 
ESL   David Torres​ 
Great Books​ Tineka Scalzo 
Environmental Technology​ Joslyn Allison​ 
Foundational Studies​ Jeannette Bruno
Humanities (Humanities, Foreign Languages, Philosophy, and Fine Arts) 
Elizabeth Wright 
Information Technology(computer information systems, computer security and forensic investigation and information processing) 
Jarrett Brazel
Latin American and Latino/a Studies​ Elizabeth Wright 
Library Technical Assistant​ Jeannette Bruno
Mathematics​ Jarrett Brazel
Occupational Therapy Assistant​ David Torres
Paralegal​ Jarrett Brazel
Physical Sciences and Engineering (Astronomy, Chemistry, Physical Science and Physics)  
Joslyn Allison
Social Science (Addictions Studies, Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology)  
Tineka Scalzo
Social Service (The Social Service department at Wilbur Wright College offers a Certificate and Associate's Degree in Gerontology, the study of human aging, and a Certificate in Nursing Home Administration)  
David Torres
Visual and Performing Arts (Art, Architecture, Dance, Music, Photography, Speech, and Theater) 
Joslyn Allison
Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies Tineka Scalzo

Course Reserves

Searching the library's Course Reserves              

You can search for items on course reserve through the library system at If you need assistance contact the library at 773-481-8400 or 

Placing Materials in Course Reserve 

Faculty wishing to place books owned by the library on Course Reserve have the option of emailing the completed Course Reserve Form to Jeannette Bruno, Library Faculty, at Faculty also have the option of retrieving the book from the stacks and bringing it, along with the completed form, to the Circulation Desk.  

Faculty wishing to place a personal item on Course Reserve will drop off the item and the completed Course Reserve Form at the Circulation Desk. ​                       

Click here ​to download the Course Reserve request form. 


Library Instruction               

Submit a request for library instruction by completing this form.        

You can also click here​ ​to download the Instruction Request Form, fill it out, and return it to the library, or email it to Erica Sanchez at       

Once your request form is submitted to the library we will confirm a librarian and the instructor is to communicate the location of the class with their assigned librarian. If a computer lab is needed, we recommend requesting one through IT with plenty of time to receive confirmation. If you have any questions please contact Erica Sanchez at 773-443-8414 or via email at 

Library Instruction Session Guidelines             

  • Instruction sessions must be requested a week before the date requested.       
  • The instructor must be present during the library instruction session. Students are more engaged when the instructor is in the classroom.         
  • The best time for a library instruction session is after a research assignment has been assigned and students have chosen their topics. Students are more likely to be motivated to learn about research resources at the point of need.       
  • Please request a session early in the semester or when faculty return from break to reserve your preferred date(s) using the Library Instruction Request form. Computer labs are in high demand, and it is best to request an instruction session early in the semester to be assured a computer lab can be reserved during your class period.      
  • If your class meets in a smart classroom the librarian can bring a class set of tablets for student use to actively reinforce their learning through hands-on practice (searching databases, etc.).       
  • If your classroom does not have technology, and you would like a librarian to visit. Please notify us at least two weeks in advance so we can reserve a projection cart from Media Services.   
Information Literacy Assessment     
Librarians may use the Information Literacy Assessment as a tool to gauge student learning after Library Instruction Sessions. You can click here​ to access the Information Literacy Assessment.   

Request a book or periodical for the collection               

We welcome recommendations for book and periodical selections from the Wright College faculty. Please complete the form below to submit your request for the Library to purchase a book or periodical. ​        

Complete this form to submit your request.    ​ ​​    ​