Milne Library's liaison program pairs research instruction librarians with subject areas in which they have some specialty. Liaisons teach library instruction classes in their areas, and they student and faculty researchers can schedule consultations with them. See full contact information to schedule an appointment.
Brandon West, Head of Research Instruction Services
Subject Areas: Anthropology, Sociology
Subject Areas: Education
Subject Areas: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geosciences, Mathematics, Physics & Astronomy, Psychology
Subject Areas: Communication, Geography, Languages & Literature
Subject Areas: English, Philosophy, Art History, Music, Dance, Theatre
Subject Areas: Business, History, Political Science & International Relations
The mission of Milne Library’s instruction program is to educate and assist library users with their research needs. The academic faculty librarians accomplish this by collaborating with teaching professors to support course objectives and specific assignments in student-centered instruction.
Library instruction focuses on three broad goals:
Request library instruction through this online form. Please be sure to make your requests at least one week in advance of the library class.