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Orienting Yourself: What New-to-Yale Researchers in Physics, Geology & Geophysics, and Physics Need to Get Started: Home

Welcome to Yale! This cross-disciplinary subject guide is designed to get you familiar with the research resources we have available for you at the university, including our collections, our people, and our institutional partners.


Welcome to Yale!

This guide replaces a paper handout that I once gave to students about what I can do for you at Yale. It contains information and links to key resources that will help you settle in over the next few months, so please bookmark it!

  • A guide to the services that I offer as your subject librarian.
  • Information on how to contact me to schedule a one-on-one or group appointment.
  • Quick tips information: How to browse in the catalog, find dissertations & theses, and use some of our databases' additional features.
  • Links to borrowing policies, our guide on how to find things we don't have, and subject-specific guides.


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Your Library: the CSSSI

A panorama of one of the CSSSI study rooms showing comfortable seating, computers, and friendly staff.

How do you access materials? See below!

Subject-Specific Research Guides for You

Guides I curate on subject-specific resources can be found below. Some will be useful to you personally, and others — like the guide for nonscientists — will be essential if you are TAing a course in which nonscience major undergrads are writing papers.

Your Librarian

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Kayleigh Bohemier
Center for Science & Social Science Information (CSSSI)
Office C41
219 Prospect Street
Concourse Level
Kline Biology Tower