Subject librarians offer a variety of services to help you locate information, access our collections, and engage in effective research. For more information see the list below to identify the subject librarian for your area.
Distance Library Services; CMU in Metro Detroit, Health Administration, Master of Science in Administration
CMU - Troy Center
Broadcast & Cinematic Arts,
Communication, Communication Sciences & Disorders,
Fashion Merchandising & Design,
Park Library 218
Earth & Atmospheric Sciences,
Geography & Environmental Studies,
Science - General
Counseling, Children's Literature, English 101 and 201, English Language Institute, English Language and Literature,
Law - Education, Library Instruction,
Human Development & Family Studies,
Physical Education & Sport,
Recreation, Parks, & Leisure,
Teacher Education & Professional Development
Park Library 135A
Nutrition & Dietetics,
Statistics, Actuarial & Data Science,
College of Medicine
Park Library 229
Business Information Systems,
Hospitality Services Administration,
Law - Business & Economics,
Park Library 216
Park Library 227
Law - Social Science,
Statistics & Datasets ,
Tests & Measurement, Women and Gender Studies
Park Library 220
January 1 through
June 30, 2023
Park Library 214
What We Do
- Research support -- Librarians will answer research questions and provide one-on-one research consultations (either face-to-face or online) upon request. They can also help with literature searches, the creation of subject bibliographies,
and patent searching.
- Instruction -- Instruction in the use of the library and in locating information is available for both face-to-face and online classes. A librarian will tailor the instruction to the needs of your class.
- Course development -- As new courses are developed and old ones updated, a librarian can work with you to identify resources from the library's collections and beyond that will support the learning objectives of your course.
- Collection development -- Subject librarians take suggestions for materials purchases that support teaching and research.
- Scholarly communication and support -- Questions about copyright, measuring research impact, author rights, the use of open educational resources, data management, and more can be answered by your subject librarian.
- Program reviews -- Accreditation and academic program reviews typically include a discussion of available library resources and services. Your subject librarian can help with this.