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Thomas San Filippo (he/him/his)

 
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Thomas San Filippo (he/him/his)
Contact:
Wallace Library G19 (Periodicals Level)
(508) 286-5601
Thomas is Wallace Library’s Director of Discovery and Access. He leads a team of librarians and specialists responsible for circulation, document delivery, course reserves, the library’s website and catalog, collection development and electronic resources.

Contact Thomas if anything is missing, broken or just not working as well as it should.

Thomas holds a Master’s of Library and Information Science from San Jose State University, a BA in History from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and an AA from Bunker Hill Community College. A member of Wheaton’s DEAL Senate, he’s passionate about the transformational power of higher education and deeply committed to equity, access and inclusion. He wants to make sure every student has what they need to succeed.

In his free time, Thomas plays strategy games, follows the Boston Celtics and epitomizes the phrase “jack of all trades, master of none” as a multi-instrumentalist. A longtime couch potato, he’s rediscovering a love of the outdoors through the eyes of his two-year-old son.

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Citation Management
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Copyright & Fair Use
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Digital Initiatives
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It's All Geek to Me
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Library Accessibility
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Library Collections
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News
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Open Access
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Research & Instruction
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