David Casey Copley ’70 Library
The David Casey Copley ’70 Library offers students and faculty a comprehensive collection of textbooks, magazines, research materials, e-books, and more. With a sharp focus on student research and information literacy, the library provides a productive space for students to explore in-depth material for classes, collaborate with other students, and enjoy the pleasures of reading.
Library Director Ryan Rebstock holds on-site, in-person instruction upon request to empower students to use best practices, fundamentals, and resources for effective academic research.
Themed Book Displays
By the Numbers
Sampling of Online Resources at Your Fingertips:
Academic Search Premier
Access World News
America’s Historical Newspapers
Biography Reference Center
Black Life in America
History Reference Center
OneSearch for High Schools
The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal
Monday–Friday, 8:00 AM–5:00 PM
Saturday–Sunday, by appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Library Services & Archives
Ryan joined Canterbury in 2021 after having finished his M.S. degree in Library
and Information Science at the University of Denver. He also earned a B.A. in
English Teaching with a minor in Spanish from the University of New Hampshire.
In addition to his library duties, Ryan is also a Language Teacher at Canterbury.