- Center City (Health Sciences):
- East Falls
The Drexel University Libraries is a learning enterprise. Library staff advance the University’s academic mission by:
- Being educators. Librarians coach students and other learners to become confident and expert in their information literacy skills, and they create partnerships with faculty members and other campus experts to support discipline-based teaching and learning.
- Supporting education and research through services that provide convenient, reliable, efficient, and cost effective access to information resources.
- Collaborating with researchers on informatics and data curation issues.
- Fostering intentional learning outside of the classroom in both physical and virtual spaces.
In all of their work to advance the University’s mission, library staff employ purposeful design, thoughtful assessment, and continuous quality improvement.
We rely on our facilities and services, print and electronic collections, and engaged and committed staff to actively collaborate in Drexel University's educational mission. Our collections emphasize subjects relevant to the University's disciplines, with print resources distributed to meet the needs of the programs and departments at each location. The Drexel University Libraries' online collection allows onsite and off-campus access to a wide range of databases, journals and books, and other resources that support research and scholarship.
Staff help of all kinds is available at all library locations. Reference and subject librarians can help students, faculty, and staff to do research and use library resources, and they can provide organized classes covering specialized or general research skills.
If you are interested in work opportunities within the libraries, see the Drexel University Job Site at http://www.drexeljobs.com. Work Study positions are also available at all libraries, see the Drexel Student Jobs Site at http://drexel.edu/src/financialaid/workstudy/.
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Last Updated: 01/05/2012