A Teaching Librarian is generally available at the Reference desk in LINC (Library INformation Commons) on the LRC 4th floor during library hours, except Saturdays. (See here for more on library hours.) Also available at the Reference desk including evenings and weekends are student assistants who are trained to help with technical issues. Librarians with reference responsibilities include:
The Library provides individual research assistance to faculty upon request. To make an appointment, please contact the Teaching Librarian of your choice (listed in the box on the left). Any of these librarians would be happy to assist you with your research projects. In certain cases, librarians may refer you to another librarian with more expertise in the topic in question. Business faculty may wish to contact Jane Malcolm, whose subject specialty is business. Theology faculty may wish to contact Dr. Sally Shelton, who specializes in theology. Education faculty may wish to contact Dr. Angela Sample. The Teaching Librarian on duty at the Reference desk (918-495-6887) is often immediately available for research consultation, if you prefer not to wait for an appointment.
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