Help with research is available every day, plus books & journals for refreshment
Posted 10.27.10 by Katherine Cowan
- Art History, Theory, and Criticism
- Language, Literature, and Culture
- Decker Library
- Learning Resource Center
- Media Resources Collection
- Undergraduate Students
- Graduate Students
Have you found the books, articles, and images that you need for a successful research paper or presentation? ... or maybe need to take a "study break" and browse some books or magazines?
We've got the books and magazines, that's for sure.
For the research project, a step to "study success" could be asking for help from the librarian-on-duty in the Decker Library , available on a drop-in basis every day of the week. Or you can set up a 30-minute individual consultation meeting with a Librarian.
Stop by the Information Desk on the lower level of the Library, email us at email@example.com, or contact the librarian-on-duty by phone at 410-225-2273.
Next, get deeper into the writing! For one-on-one help with all stages of paper development, contact the Writing Studio (firstname.lastname@example.org, 410–225-2418).
See the Writing Studio's website for online writing resources and for details on services and schedules.
Get help to ensure success -- or take a break and get refreshed!
"Study Success at the Advertising Exhibition", 1937, poster by E. McKnight Kauffer (1890-1954). See this image and related works at ARTstor (log-in for off-campus access).