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How do I find my Subject Librarian?

Last Updated: Jun 16, 2016  |  70 Views

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There is a librarian for every academic department; whether you are in the School of Arts and Science or the Business School, majoring in Engineering or Education, you can easily find your personal subject librarian. Just follow the link below.

Subject librarians are happy to help you at any stage in the research process. Remember that we can often save you time by pointing you in the right direction - so please don't wait until you're totally frustrated to contact us for assistance!

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