During service hours, you can call us, text us, chat with us online, or stop by the Reference Desk for assistance. Whether the library is open or closed, you may also email us your questions, or consult our research guides and video tutorials.
You can also schedule a one-on-one consultation with your subject librarian. Scroll down to find your subject specialist and request an appointment.
A Subject Librarian is assigned to each subject area within the College of Art and Sciences, as well as to the College of Business and the College of Education. See the chart below to find your Subject Librarian.
Faculty members are encouraged to contact their liaisons for course-specific library instruction sessions, acquisition of new materials, and general research and reference assistance. Students are encouraged to contact their liaisons for assistance with research projects.
Some librarians also serve as Faculty Liaisons due to the specialized nature of their skills. These librarians serve as the point of contact for general and research questions related to a variety of specialized topics. See the chart below to find the Faculty Liaison who can best assist you.
|Special Topic||Liaison||Phone Number||Request an Appointment|
|Digital Collection Projects||Angie Kempemail@example.com||540-654-1756||Request an Appointment|
|Digitization and Digital Preservation||Angie Kempfirstname.lastname@example.org||540-654-1756||Request an Appointment|
|First-Year Seminars (FSEMs)||Peter Catlinemail@example.com||540-654-2438||Request an Appointment|
|Open Educational Resources (OER)||Paul Bogerfirstname.lastname@example.org||540-654-1748||Request an Appointment|
|Special Collections (Rare Books & Serials)||Carolyn Parsonsemail@example.com||540-654-1752||Request an Appointment|
|University Archives||Carolyn Parsonsfirstname.lastname@example.org||540-654-1752||Request an Appointment|