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I am the subject librarian for Archaeology, Classics, Cities and History of Art. My office is behind the circulation desk in Carpenter Library. Stop by and see me or make an appointment.
For students, I can:
Recommend the best databases and other scholarly sources to search for your research topic Meet with you individually to hash out your topic or discuss research strategies Answer your questions via email, phone, or in-person Tell you about library services and resources
For faculty, I can:
Introduce your students to research tools and strategies via a workshop tailored to your class themes or assignments Create a course Research Guide tailored to your class or to a particular assignment Discuss ways to best incorporate information skills and library materials into your class assignments Meet with your students individually outside class Purchase books and electronic library materials needed for your research Help you develop expert-level search strategies for your research Track down tricky citations Act as a liaison communicating the department's concerns and needs to library administration