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Join us for a continental breakfast and an open-house orientation to meet subject specialist, course-reserves, interlibrary loan, data, geographic information systems, and digital humanities librarians who will share information about Yale’s collections and related services.
Scheduled information sessions in the Sterling Library Lecture Hall include (please plan to attend those that interest you):
9:20 am – 9:40 am: Course reserves and purchase requests
9:40 am – 10:00 am: Teaching with Library Staff – Undergraduate courses, Graduate/Professional courses, Using Special Collections for instruction
10:00 am – 10:20 am: Research Support Services – Data support, GIS, statistical analysis, digital humanities, bioinformatics, and related services
10:20 am – 10:40 am: Tour of Sterling Library and Bass Library
Connecting to Library Staff & Services
Yale Library includes a range of specialists who are available for individual research consultations, collaborations, classroom visits, workshops, and general library support.
The Digital Humanities Lab offers space, community, and resources for Yale scholars who are using computational methods to pursue research questions in the arts, humanities, and humanistic social sciences.
Campus IT Supportcan provide assistance with technology, whether hardware or software.
The library also provides material support for your classes.
The Course Reserves Guideprovides information on creating and managing course reserves for your classes in Canvas. While electronic reserves is the preferred option, both electronic and physical reserves are available for Fall 2022.