"Librarians in Luce"

October 2, 2014

The Yale Library is piloting a program this semester that we are currently calling “Librarians in Luce”. For about four hours a day, Tuesday-Friday, one librarian from either International Collections and Research Support (ICRS – including the East Asia Library), Humanities Collection and Research Education (HCRE), or the Center for Science and Social Science Information (CSSSI) will be sitting in the consultation space adjacent to the mail room in Luce Hall (first floor—the room with the refrigerator and the computers). Anyone is welcome to drop by and talk to us about any questions you may have for your research, library materials, citation management software (such as Zotero/EndNote/RefWorks), etc.

The East Asia Library librarians will offer hours today from 10 am -12 pm and 3-5 pm. We will be there almost every other Thursday at that same time. You can see the full schedule here:

http://schedule.yale.edu/LuceLibrarians

Even if you don’t have any library-related matters to discuss, do drop by just to say hi!

We hope to see many of you there!