Reference librarians are available to provide multiple levels of support for faculty research. We are available to help consult with faculty and/or their RAs to develop research plans for their projects. We help select resources to use, develop search strategies and terms, and identify or create tools for tracking results. We can also provide research training sessions for new faculty RAs and work with them on an ongoing basis to review research progress and results. You may send your request for assistance to Barb Kallusky, or contact any of the reference librarians for research support.
Reference librarians can help you set up current awareness services to keep you up to date on new developments in your areas of interest. These services may include RSS feeds, WestClips, Lexis Alerts and SmartCILP alerts.
Contact Sonya Huesman for more information.
Reference librarians assist Mitchell Hamline faculty in promoting their scholarship by including faculty publications in the Social Science Research Network (SSRN) and our institutional repository (Mitchell Hamline Open Access). For information about Mitchell Hamline’s ExpressO account, including how to use it to submit your articles to multiple law journals at once, please contact Jean Boos. Additionally, if a student has written an outstanding paper for your class, please consider nominating the paper to the library for inclusion in Mitchell Hamline Open Access and/or submission to other law journals via Mitchell Hamline’s ExpressO account
For additional information, contact Jean Boos.