Answered By: Sophia Lesinska Last Updated: Aug 13, 2015 Views: 66
Most disciplines and programs have their own subject librarian. Subject librarians are available to:
- help you with assignments, search strategies, or other aspects of research in your field (by appointment, phone, or email)
- take suggestions for collections in their subject areas
- work with faculty on assignments, syllabi, and other aspects of course development and instruction
You can find a current list of subject librarians and their contact information on the Ask-A-Librarian page.