Academic Liaison team
Left to right: Sharon Nangle, Colin Bovaird, Hilda McNae, Moira Thaddeus, Carys Adamson and Vicki Cormie.
We look after the information needs of academic staff and students, and are happy to give advice on all aspects of Library services. Our role is to act as a point of contact between each of the Schools and the Library, and we support literature searching, book selection, referencing software, and using all the library resources and online material.
|Vicki Cormie||Senior Academic Liaison Librarian|
|Hilda McNae||Senior Academic Liaison Librarian|
|Sharon Nangle||Academic Liaison Librarian|
|Colin Bovaird||Academic Liaison Officer|
|Moira Thaddeus||Library Assistant|
|Carys Adamson||Library Assistant|
We have created guides for all of the subjects we support. Find your guide.
- Art History
- Computer Science
- Mathematics & Statistics
- Modern Languages
- Physics & Astronomy (inc. Astrophysics and Theoretical Physics)
- English Language Teaching Centre
- Classics (Ancient History, Classical Studies, Greek & Latin)
- Economics & Finance
- Geography & Geosciences (Geography & Sustainable Development, Earth & Environmental Sciences)
- International Relations
- Philosophical, Anthropological & Film Studies (Film Studies, Philosophy, Social Anthropology, Music)
- Psychology & Neuroscience
How can we help you?
New academic staff are welcome to contact their Liaison Librarian on their arrival at the University to arrange to have a chat about any aspect of the Library's services. A library guide for University academic staff is available on the web-pages.
Information Skills Teaching
We welcome enquiries from staff about arranging information skills teaching for students in their subject areas. Sessions can be tailored to suit the needs of individual classes. Students are introduced to the key research databases in their disciplines and are helped to use them effectively. They can be shown how to use alerting services, how to evaluate websites, and how to find information about referencing and referencing styles. Training in the use of referencing software such as EndNote and Mendeley is also available.
Please contact the Academic Liaison Librarians if you wish to book one of these courses for your class. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are keen to work with staff to support their research needs, and to provide guidance in the use of specialist information resources. Further help is also available on the Library's Research Support pages.
We also create guides for each subject and many of the services offered by the Library. Please visit the Subject Guides page.