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For any library needs you may have that aren't addressed by the topics, links, and contacts below, please contact your liaison librarian.

Help you find and/or access materials for research and instruction

  • Acquire electronic materials as needed to support teaching, instruction and research. In circumstances where print or physical media are the only available option, those formats may be acquired as well. Contact Carol Wittig with any unique requests.
  • View our Item Retrieval Services page to see all of the options available for delivery of physical items
  • Interlibrary loan for electronic items only (borrowing of physical items is suspended until lending libraries reopen)
  • Support and troubleshoot remote-access issues related to library systems, metadata, and electronic resources. Contact Anna Creech with issues.
  • Scan library materials on request, as copyright law permits

Consult on materials for teaching, including OER

Provide support for publishing & scholarly communcation

Work with you to design and deliver information literacy session(s) for your courses in person or remotely

Liaison Librarians will work with faculty to determine the best choice of instruction methods for desired outcomes, including:

  • Synchronous instruction sessions
  • Asynchronous instruction tutorials or videos on themes, topics, or materials
  • Small group workshop sessions
  • Individual student meetings
  • Faculty instruction assistance
  • Course guides identifying resources for individual exploration or tailored to an assignment
  • Other options in consultation with individual faculty members

Specialized Instruction

Contact Rob Nelson with any unique needs.

  • Research consultation regarding for digital scholarship projects
  • Managing and organizing data and metadata
  • Tools and techniques for visualizing, mapping, and analyzing data
  • Techniques for visual communications methods and digital storytelling. Options for publishing digital scholarship (e.g. StoryMaps, Omeka,, URScholarship, Preservica)
  • Support for grant proposals for digital scholarship projects
  • Provide infrastructure and support for learning exercises and assignments that are intrinsically digital or have substantial digital components, e.g. creating a digital collection via Omeka, producing StoryMaps, producing research that utilizes DSL projects or the library's digital collections
  • Preservation and/or publication of research and datasets through URScholarship and/or Preservica
  • Hosting of research or public scholarship sites (currently being piloted)
  • Consultation on best practices for digital archiving
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