Reference librarians are here to help you with any questions or problems you or your students might have. They're available during business hours. You can go directly to their offices in Library 301, but also feel free to walk up to the front desk and ask them to page a librarian down for you. You can also email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are creating an assignment that will involve bibliographic research, you might consider making use of our library instruction program. Librarians are available to give a presentation, tailored to be reflective of your assignment, on how to use the library's resources. You can either bring your students to the library classroom or have the librarian come to your class. We will need at least a week to prepare. To request a library instruction session, contact your subject librarian or the instruction coordinator.
Our reference librarians provide free in-depth consultations for your students and advisees. These consultations will help them:
The reference librarian will not:
We've had a lot of positive feedback from students and faculty regarding the effectiveness of this program. If you think some guidance would be helpful in performing a literature review for an assignment or research project, direct your students toward the sign-up form and we'll be glad to help them.