Help is available for research and writing at the Decker Library and the Writing Studio
Posted by Katherine Cowan
- Art Education
- Art History, Theory, and Criticism
- Language, Literature, and Culture
- Decker Library
- Learning Resource Center
- Undergraduate Students
- Graduate Students
Have you found the books, articles, and images that you need for your paper or presentation?
If not, there is always someone on duty at the Information Desk in the Decker Library to help you on a drop-in basis. Or you can set up a 30-minute individual consultation meeting with a Reference Librarian.
Stop by the Information Desk on the lower level of the Library, email us at email@example.com, or contact the Librarian-on-duty by phone at 410-225-2273.
Next, get deeper into the writing! For one-on-one help with all stages of paper development, contact the Writing Studio (firstname.lastname@example.org, 410–225-2418).
See the Writing Studio's website for online writing resources and for details on services and schedules.
If you get help now, by May you could be dancing at Le Moulin Rouge!
"Jane Avril", 1899, poster by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. See this image and related works at ARTstor (log-in required from off-campus).