Answered By: Cliff Wunderlich
Last Updated: Aug 05, 2015     Views: 14

Research librarians work with faculty and teaching assistants to develop demonstrations for students of subject-specific library resources. The faculty member chooses whether we meet with students during class time, at section meetings, or at another time. We are frequently asked to demonstrate resources for the study of the Bible, church history, ethics, gender, and patristics, but we can accommodate any request that correlates to resources held at Andover-Harvard Theological Library or available through E-Research @ Harvard Libraries.

We also offer one-on-one orientations to Harvard's extensive and ever-growing library resources for faculty and their assistants (TAs, RAs, staff, etc.).

Please contact the research services staff for more information, by phone at 617.496.AHTL (2485), or by email, research@hds.harvard.edu.

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