Library Instruction

Reference librarians are available to give library instruction in classroom, small group and individual sessions. Instruction is provided on an introductory level to beginning students and on an advanced level to upperclassmen. Our intent is to help students become more effective and efficient at finding information.

 

The librarians demonstrate how to search the library catalog, general databases specialized databases and course reserves. We give tours of the library and welcome the opportunity to work with you so that library instruction is relevant to class assignments.

 

To set up library instruction, call the library at 839-8243 and ask to speak to Andrea Sullivan or Becca Bley. Alternatively, you can send an email to asulliv1@daemen.edu or rbley@daemen.edu

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Sarah Rodman

Sarah - Political Science/Pre-Law

Political Science
Minors in Pre-Law, Spanish, Theater Arts

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Sarah has gained excellent real-world experience by completing internships at the American Bar Association in Washington D.C. and the Attorney General's Office in Buffalo. She was recently accepted into law school in New York!