Get research help in person, online or on the phone.
Librarian Liaisons are subject experts who collaborate with faculty and serve academic schools, departments and programs. They are responsible for collection development, and creating research, subject, and course guides. Liaisons provide in-depth research assistance, and course-integrated instruction.
Faculty can request course-integrated library instruction sessions covering research skills, library resources, citations and plagiarism, Endnote and other information literacy tools, resources and skills.
Get help with citation styles like APA, MLA, Chicago and more. Learn about the bibliographic management software Endnote and see our schedule of Endnote workshops. Learn about avoiding plagiarism.
Our guides offer expert librarian help, tips and selections of the best research databases, websites, journals and other resources on the full range of academic subjects.
We offer workshops on research skills, Endnote, and many more information literacy and management topics. Faculty can request course-integrated instruction. Our librarians will work with faculty to develop custom library research sessions.
Schedule an in-depth research consultation with an expert librarian, and get reference assistance in person, online and on the phone.
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Through the University’s memberships in various Library consortia, Stony Brook students, staff and faculty have access to, and/or borrowing privileges at, numerous other research libraries on Long Island, in the greater New York area, and throughout the U.S., Canada, and other countries.
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