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History: Faculty

Subject Guide for History

Library Research Workshop for Faculty (Nov 4 2020) - slides available here

Faculty Support

Supporting faculty research is a priority for U of M libraries. We want to be sure that our collections and journal subscriptions provide you the best academic material possible. Please feel free to recommend titles related to your research and instruction at any time. Furthermore, if you find that there are subjects in our collections and journal offerings that require development or balancing please let me know. If you are interested in discussing how the library can do more to support your current research, send me an email and we can meet at your convenience.


I would be pleased to visit your class to introduce myself to your students and provide them some basic information regarding the resources in the History Subject Guide as well as the workshops available at Dafoe this semester. I am also available for extended sessions if your students require more detailed library instruction. Sessions can cover basic research skills, or be adapted to fit the assignments in your class.


UM LEARN (Formerly D2L)
You can also add me to your class in UM LEARN . Adding me to your course in UM LEARN allows me to upload handouts, tutorials links to databases, research material, and my contact information. Instructions on how to add your liaison librarian to UM LEARN can be found here.