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Disciplinary Support Teams

The Drexel University Libraries’ disciplinary support teams offer a variety of consultation services for students, faculty, and staff, including help with course-related projects, strategies for finding and evaluating authoritative information, and approaches to utilizing, organizing, and presenting scholarship.

Our teams specialize in disciplinary support in the following areas: Health Sciences; Humanities & Social Sciences; and Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics. 

Examples of support offered include:

  • Refining research topics
  • Developing search strategies
  • Providing curricula support for information and data literacy
  • Finding literature, supporting evidence, data, and statistics

Need help with something else? Review our other services (like data management support, teaching and course support, and interlibrary loan) or contact with other questions. The librarian who is best suited to help with your specific request will respond within one business day.

Health Sciences Team

Librarians on the Health Sciences Team provide services to support the research and teaching needs of faculty, staff, and students working in health professions, medicine, nursing, psychology, and public health. Members of the Health Sciences Team include Sarah Hughes, Janice Masud-Paul, and Kathleen Turner.

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    Humanities & Social Sciences Team

    Librarians on the Humanities & Social Sciences Team provide services to support the research and teaching needs of faculty, staff and students who have some focus in the humanities and social sciences. Members of the Humanities & Social Sciences Team include Deborah Bishov, Michael Johnson, and Matt Sherman.   

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    Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts & Math Team

    Librarians use Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) as access points for guiding inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking. The STEAM Team provides services to support faculty, staff and students working in design, engineering, math, and the sciences. Members of the team include Jay Bhatt and Anna Harper.  

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