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Who is my librarian?

Last Updated: Jun 08, 2017  |  33 Views

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There is a librarian for every academic department or program taught at Bucknell.  Each librarian is well versed in the resources and research practices of their assigned disciplines and can provide research assistance targeted to your individual needs. 

To find out who the librarian is for a particular subject, take a look at the Librarians by Subject page. 

Or, use Research by Subject.

From the Research by Subject homepage, select the desired subject from the Browse by Subject menu in the center of the screen.  With a selection made you can determine who the subject librarian is by looking at the profile box that will be located along the right-hand side of the page. You can also contact the librarian via chat or e-mail, or you can schedule an appointment to meet in person.  (See example below). 

Watch the video below to see how a librarian can help you with your research.

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