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Last Updated: Jul 22, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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Public Services librarians and Archives staff  work with specific academic departments.  

Facutly, staff, and students from the department s of ASL & Deaf Studies, Interpretation, and Linguistics (Deaf-related) should contact the following Archives staff for specific needs:

work with these departments

  • Arts & Communication Studies - Patrick Oberholtzer
  • Business - Patrick Oberholtzer
  • Counseling - Laura Jacobi
  • Education - Laura Jacobi
  • English - Patrick Oberholtzer
  • First Year Experience - Laura Jacobi
  • General Studies Requirement - Laura Jacobi
  • History, Philosophy, Religion, & Sociology - Patrick Oberholtzer
  • Hearing, Speech, & Language Sciences - Patrick Oberholtzer
  • Honors - Laura Jacobi
  • Linguistics (non-Deaf) - Patrick Oberholtzer (non-Deaf Linguistics)
  • Natural & Mathematical Sciences - Patrick Oberholtzer
  • Physical Education & Recreation - Patrick Oberholtzer
  • Psychology - Laura Jacobi
  • Public Affairs - Laura Jacobi
  • Social Work - Laura Jacobi
  • World Languages & Cultures - Patrick Oberholtzer

What your librarian can do for you

Faculty members, contact your Library or Archives staff member to

  • help you when planning courses to make sure the Library has adequate resources for your students' needs
  • recommend books, videos, and online resources for Library purchase
  • develop online tools to help your students find the information they need
  • arrange for group or individual information literacy instruction for your students 

Students, contact your Library or Archives staff member to

  • get help with finding information sources for your papers and projects
  • recommend books, videos, and online resources for Library purchase

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