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The Reference Desk is located on the second floor of the library.
Reference service is provided in person at the reference desk, by phone, through email, chat and texting.
At the Reference Desk, students may seek help with class assignments or research paper or project.
We also provide one-on-one instruction on how to use our many library resources in both electronic and print formats.
Library Online Catalogs:
To access the Bevevino Online Library Catalog and other catalogs such as WorldCat, go to the library web page at www.misericordia.edu/library. Click on Library Catalogs.
Use Journal Finder to locate weather a journal, magazine or newspaper you are seeking is onlineor on the shelves in the library. To access Journal Finder, go to our library web page, click on "Journal Finder" tab from the search box or click on the "Journal Finder" link listed under the 'Search' category.
To access the library's many databases, go to the library's web page. Click on 'Databases A-Z' or 'Databases by subject' link under the search box. You may also access these links by placing your cursor over the 'Databases' link listed under search category.
The information environment has become exceedingly complex as information-seekers navigate through a maze of online resources such as web sites and the library's databases. It is the library's responsibility to serve as a bridge between the information source and the information seeker.
With this in mind, information literacy instruction is available upon request. These library instruction sessions are designed to meet the specific needs of faculty and their students. For example, we have conducted library sessions to help students with a specific assignment, or to introduce students to basic search techniques.
Faculty are encouraged to schedule a library instruction session by contacting the Reference Desk at 674-6352 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We suggest that at least a week's notice is given when scheduling a class so we can better prepare for the session. Click here to submit an online Library Instruction Request Form
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The Reference Department seeks to work collaboratively with faculty in all areas that would ensure academic success for our students.
The Library liaisons collaborate with faculty in each subject area and academic department, particularly in collection development and information literacy instruction.
The following are the library liaisons for the various academic departments:
Religious Studies and Fine Arts, Accounting, Business, Economics, Communications, Education, Philosophy, Psychology, & Social Work.
Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics.
We encourage faculty to contact the above individuals for any questions, or concerns, pertaining to library services, resources, and collection development or information literacy instruction.
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Information Literacy and Assessment Librarian
Information Literacy Librarian