March 3, 2010
There are very few books on Finnish culture and history. Could we get some more? Thanks very much for your comment. Our history and culture resources are managed by Larry Milliken, Humanities and Social Science Librarian Extraordinaire. I’ve alerted Larry to your request. A search in Drexel Library’s catalog for the keyword “Finland” returns 340 resources on everything from the country’s history to its internet laws. These resources are dispersed all over the Hagerty and Hahnemann libraries’ book shelves as well as online through our licensed databases and e-books. Similar searches in just a couple of our databases turn up thousands of articles on an even broader range of topics. Whether you just want to browse or you need specific information, you can get a librarian’s help narrowing these choices by visiting the reference desk, calling 215-895-2755, emailing email@example.com, texting drexellibraryref: to 265010, or sending us an instant message from our website. We’ll help you identify and find exactly what you need. If you can’t find what you need among these resources, you can contact Larry Milliken directly, and he’ll be happy to help you find what you need. And don’t forget, if we don’t have it at Drexel, you can have it delivered from another library with EZBorrow and ILLiad.