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Reference and Instruction

The Reference Desk is located on the main floor of the Durick Library where reference librarians provide research assistance for students, faculty, and staff.   See Reference Hours

Reference Librarians assist with finding information such as statistics, addresses, biographies, etc.; identifying key research tools such as indexes, encyclopedias, and atlases; selecting and searching electronic databases.

Call us at (802.654.2405) during Reference Hours or contact a librarian. 

Steve Burks:        802.654.2354; sburks@smcvt.edu 
Michele McCaffrey:802.654.2411; mmccaffrey@smcvt.edu 

Instruction for classes can be scheduled with a Librarian.  See Instruction for details.

 Consult with a subject specialist    Make an Appointment
 

Research by Subject - Guides for your research topics

Citation Guides

See Infomation Literacy for more information on our instruction program

 

The Reference Desk is located on the main floor of the Durick Library where reference librarians provide research assistance for students, faculty, and staff. See Reference Help/Hours for getting help from a librarian.

Reference Librarians assist with finding information such as statistics, addresses, biographies, etc.; identifying key research tools such as indexes, encyclopedias, and atlases; selecting and searching electronic databases.

Call us at (802.654.2405) during Reference Hours or contact a librarian.

Steve Burks: 802.654.2354; sburks@smcvt.edu
Bethany Dietrich: 802.654.2410 bdietrich@smcvt.edu
Kristen Hindes: 802.654.2590 khindes@smcvt.edu
Michele McCaffrey: 802.654.2411; mmccaffrey@smcvt.edu

Consult with a subject specialist Make an Appointment

Mission: The librarians support the curriculum through instructional services that assist students with their research and provide them with information literacy skills for lifelong learning. To that end, librarians collaborate with faculty to engage students with inquiry-based assignments that foster critical thinking and prepare students to use information wisely and effectively in their academic, professional, and personal lives.

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