A library faculty member who will help you locate information, guide you in the research process and show you how to use the different library reference tools. To determine the reference librarian who handles your specific subject area, consult the Liaison Librarians/Subject Specialists by Subject page.
A librarian employed in a reference department who is responsible for providing helpful information in response to questions posed by users of the library. Reference service may be delivered in person, or by phone or e-mail.
Reference librarians are specialists in the field of information retrieval. Generally they have a Masters degree in library science, and many have other graduate degrees as well. Ask a reference librarian to help you find the information you are looking for. See Also: Bibliographer
The person responsible for assisting patrons in finding information and resources in the library. A Reference Librarian often specializes in a certain subject area but is also familiar with general information resources and how to use them. Research Help See: Reference Desk Reserve Study Rooms See: Group Study Rooms
R eference librarians can help you to find information in the library and are responsible for certain subject areas.
a guide to the resources of the library
A staff member who is familiar with the information resources of the library and can show you how to use them. Always seek the reference desk and ask for assistance.
A faculty member who has studied the field of library science at the graduate level. A librarian is the person to ask for research assistance in the library.
A professional librarian (one who has a Masters degree in Library Science) who specializes in the field of information retrieval.
the librarian assigned to help find needed information using the catalog, online sources, the reference collection and other sources.
A faculty member who has studied the field of library science at the graduate level. A librarian is skilled in using print and electronic resources and is the person to ask for research assistance.
Reference librarians are specialists in the field of information retrieval. Generally they have a Masters degree in library science, and may have other graduate degrees as well. Reference librarians work in public services answering questions posed by library patrons at the reference desk, by telephone, via e-mail, or through an online chat session. They also provide instruction on the use of library resources and information technology. Click here to use our Ask a Librarian service or you may contact a reference librarian via our directory. Remote Access: Access to many of the libraries resources, such as the databases, ebooks, eReserves, and the online catalog while not in the library or any other CCCCD building is possible. Most of these resources require typing in your library barcode number which starts with "2170" and is found on the back of your student ID. If you need further assistance, please contact the libraries directly via our directory or see our FAQs Guide to Accessing Databases From Home and Off Campus.
A librarian who assists patrons in finding information on a specific topic or for a specific activity. At Walden you have two reference librarians you can contact for assistance in identifying and obtaining information for your Walden work. You can contact them by email ( firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (800-437-0501). Your local libraries also have reference librarians. Depending on the policy of your local library you may be able to ask them for assistance as well. Many libraries provide this service through their websites as well as at the Reference Desk in the library.
An individual who has a Masters Degree in Library Science. This professional provides research assistance and instruction in using library resources.
A specialist in the field of information retrieval, and often, in other subject areas as well. Reference librarians have a qualification in librarianship and usually other graduate degrees also. Based at the Information Desks, they help users find materials needed for research, and teach users how to use library resources.
Reference librarians are specialists in the field of information retrieval. Generally they have a Masters degree in library science, and many have other graduate degrees as well. They are available at reference desks to help you find the information you are looking for.
A library faculty member who will help you locate information, guide you in the research process, and show you how to use the different library reference tools. A Reference Librarian has a Masters' degree and has a commitment to helping you find the information you need. When in doubt about any research related problem, always ask a Reference Librarian for assistance.
A professional with a Master's Degree in Library Science, who specializes in providing assistance to Library users. Reference Librarians are on duty during all the hours the Library is open and can be found on the first floor of the Library at the Reference Desk.
A librarian who specializes in assisting library users with research. 2. A teacher of information literacy.
A professional person(s), with a Master's degree in Library Science, responsible for assisting users in finding information/resources in the library.
Specialists in the field of information retrieval. At the Alvin Sherman Library, all reference librarians have Masters Degrees in Library or Information Science, and many have additional graduate degrees as well. Reference Librarians are available to assist in person, by phone, email and online chat. See Ask A Librarian.
a librarian with specialized knowledge of information resources who can help you find information for research.