LOYNO Master Plan: Library Services
Subject line: Get Lost in the Library 📖
Sent: August 18, 2021
Classes start next week! To help you prepare, we’re going to share some important resources from the J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library. The library will serve as a hub for research and academic support during your graduate school experience. Reserve equipment, find a quiet place to study, schedule a research consultation, or check out the Diboll Art Gallery on the fourth floor when you need a break. Check out some of the services and find your library liaison below, who can provide one-on-one support.
Interlibrary loan (ILL) is a helpful research tool for many grad students. You can order books or scores that are not available at Loyola’s library from other institutions and have them sent here for pickup. Articles that we don’t have access to may also be requested and will be delivered electronically. Reciprocal borrowing is also available with other university libraries here in New Orleans.
Technology available through the library includes portable equipment available to borrow, printing, and support with web conferencing tools like Zoom. Media services can help set you up with projectors and screens for an upcoming presentation or audio and video equipment for your research project.
Loyola’s Special Collections and Archives on the third-floor of the library provides access to a collection of rare books, as well as local and university-specific archives including special digital collections available for view online.
Meet Your Library Liaison
Liaisons can help you with research projects and resources specific to your program. Explore the directory for librarian liaisons if you are working across disciplines.
Your library liaison can provide you with extensive support in the form of one-on-one consultations via email, phone, chat, videoconferencing, and face-to-face meetings. They will help you find relevant resources, discuss how sources are used for different types of writing in your field, as well as how to correctly cite and document them.
Business & Communications
Meet your library liaisons Jason Ezell and Michael Truran. Jason and Michael provide instruction and consultations for CNSL A704. Check out their research guide for the counseling program and schedule an appointment with Jason or with Michael to discuss your research goals. Students needing help finding articles for evidence-based research assignments should also make an appointment with a liaison.
Criminology & Justice
Meet your library liaison Jason Ezell and schedule an appointment to discuss your research goals. Jason provides module-based instruction for CRIM A710, and conducts consultations for lit reviews in CRIM A900. Check out his research guide for criminology students.
Institute for Ministry
Meet your library liaison Victoria Elmwood and schedule an appointment to discuss your research goals. Victoria provides classroom instruction for the program’s gateway course, LIM 703. Check out Victoria’s research guide for the ministry program
Meet your library liaison Laurie Phillips and schedule an appointment to discuss your research goals. Laurie can provide consultations for research papers in your topical courses, help you find specific pieces and IPA translations for arias, help you identify specific editions/keys of the pieces you’re looking for, and help you choose performance literature based on a specific theme.
Meet your library liaison Laurie Phillips and schedule an appointment to discuss your research goals. Laurie can provide research consultations about your thesis or a particular research project, help you organize your research, and find sources that support particular sections of your thesis or research project. She can also help you understand how sources are used in different types of literature in your field.
Meet your library liaison Jason Ezell and schedule an appointment to discuss your research goals. Jason provides module-based instruction for TEAC A700. Check out his research guide for the teacher certification program.