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Nancy Smith: Who I Am

Nancy Smith

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Nancy Smith
Raether Library, Rm.109 off the Educational Technology Center


Hi!  I'm the Visual Resources Librarian at Trinity.  I help students and faculty to find and use images, but also support arts and humanities research and am liaison to the Fine Arts and Classics departments.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions!  I'm glad to talk to you and if I can't help you myself I will put you in contact with someone else who can.  Please send me an email or make an appointment using the link under my picture.  After booking an appointment with the scheduler, you will receive an invitation to a meeting for the day and time you have chosen.

Why meet with a librarian?

Are you doing research for a course?  I can help with:

  • refining your research question and identifying effective search terms
  • establishing what the best information sources are for your research
  • learning what different search tools can do and how they work
  • getting access to specific materials you had trouble locating
  • understanding your rights and responsibilities regarding use of resources

Don't hesitate to meet with me.  No question is too big or too small!  

Old Lyme, CT River

A Few of My Guides

Librarian-created Subject Guides can be a good place to start your research. Guides recommend the best resources for a particular subject, and contain links to citation tools, image resources, reputable websites, and more.  Samples: