Anne E. Huberman Personal Web Page

Personal Web Page
Anne Huberman


Welcome to my page. When I started working on this page around twenty-five years ago, it began with a template set up for all faculty and staff members at Canisius College. I immediately saw lots of possibilities and began adding pages to my website. I'm grateful to Canisius for getting me started.

I loved my job as a part-time reference librarian at Canisius College in Buffalo, NY, where I worked for almost fifteen years. In December, 2006, I retired so that I would be free to travel to Australia to see my granddaughters and their parents and so that I would be able to spend more time at Sunset Lake. I miss the library, but I'm enjoying my retirement very much.

In 2013 I moved to RiverMead, a retirement community in Peterborough, NH, to be near Sunset Lake and to enjoy the town where I had visited my grandparents for many years. There, I have become a climate activist, working to preserve a habitable planet for my grandchildren.

To find out about some of my interests, follow these links:

Here's a quotation from a column by Roger Ebert ("Critical Eye Column," Yahoo! Internet Life, Sept. 1998) that expresses my sentiments:

"Doing research on the Web is like using a library assembled piecemeal by pack rats and vandalized nightly. Search engines use blinding speed in order to link you to sources that may be completely wrong. To uncover the best thinking about any subject, you must shuffle through a universe populated by erroneous thinkers, nonthinkers, true believers, rabble-rousers, retailers, and teenagers with way too much time on their hands. Find what you're looking for and bookmark it, and there's a good chance that when you return you'll discover the site has moved, closed down, or is too busy to accept your summons."
Last updated, 8/30/22