Answered By: Jeffrey Orrico Last Updated: Feb 01, 2017 Views: 51
Our on duty reference librarians can give you introductory help; our subject-specialist librarians will be most familiar with the tools and resources used in specific subject areas. You can request an appointment with a librarian using the "Individual Research Consultations" request form (http://library.sacredheart.edu/ResearchConsultation). It's also on the library homepage under "Research Help". Your question will be referred to the appropriate specialist. Please include information about the department, course, and topic for your paper.
You may also contact a specialist librarian directly, through a link on your Blackboard course page, or via telephone or e-mail. Let us know the best times and methods for contacting you and scheduling a consultation. You may also find an online scheduling link on subject-research Research Guide.
- Barbara J. Hampton, Social & Behavioral Sciences (firstname.lastname@example.org; 203-365-4842)
- Elizabeth Knapik, Business & Marketing (email@example.com; 203-365-4816)
- Kim Macomber, Education (firstname.lastname@example.org; 203-371-7746)
- Geoffrey Staysniak, Nursing & Allied Health (email@example.com; 203-365-48673)
In addition to journal articles and books for your research, the library has guides and tools that can help you create and organize your citations and bibliography quickly and correctly.