How can a reference librarian help me?
Develop a paper topic that's just right
Develop a research strategy
Learn to find and how to use relevant resources
Evaluate the appropriateness of a source for your assignment
Find books, articles and websites
Work on any research-related question, problem, or skill
Learn how to cite in MLA, APA, Chicago, and other citation styles
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Are you a first-year student???
Then you have a "First-Year Personal Librarian"
Also known as FYPL (pronounced "fipple"), your personal librarian is there to help you with becoming acclimated to college research and to answer any questions that you may have as you conduct research.
Please feel free to contact your FYPL with any questions!
Students are assigned a FYPL based on their last name.
A-F - Mr. Coffield - firstname.lastname@example.org
G-N - Ms. Hoffman - email@example.com
O-Z --Ms. Rager - firstname.lastname@example.org
Each of the reference librarians are also departmental liaisons and are especially equipped to answer research questions in those fields.
Mr. Coffield - Library Liaison to the School of Arts and Letters departments: Communications, Fine Arts, Literature & Languages, Philosophy/Religious Studies, Psychology, Social Work, and Sociology/Criminal Justice.
Ms. Hoffman - Library Liaison to the School of Business and the School of Arts and Letters departments: Education, Master of Education programs, and History/Political Science
Ms. Rager - Library Liaison to the School of Health Sciences
Ms. Kokus - Library Liaison to the School of Sciences