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Jeff Liszka


Hi! I am the Arts and Humanities Librarian.

I am also the liaison to the American Studies, History, English, Philosophy and Classical Studies departments. 

If you have a research question or need help with a project I would be happy to meet with you! I am available for individual research appointments. Feel free to schedule an appointment or contact me via email!

My preferred pronouns are he / his / him. 

Currently, all of my appointments are via Zoom. You may schedule appointments through my appointment scheduler and there will be instructions and information to follow from there. 

Check out our research guide for doing research remotely. It will help answer questions about how to get access to library databases, and other information resources to help you with your classes, as well as resources about health and wellness during this time of remote learning. 

How can I help you with your research?

Are you doing research for any of your courses?

I can help you with:

  • refining your research question
  • establishing what the best information sources are for your research
  • identifying effective search terms
  • learning what various search tools can do, and how they work
  • exploring different kinds of information and if they benefit your research
  • getting access to specific materials you had trouble locating

When is a good time to make an appointment?

Meet with me if:

  • You have an idea for a research project, but you haven’t started yet. Or, you’ve started, but you’re stuck. Maybe you have a quick research question . or a complicated one. 
  • Faculty and students can consult with a research librarian about any aspect of the research process, and on any research question: no question is too big or too small.

There is no limit to the number of research consultations you can have during the semester!