Adjunct faculty play an important role in the teaching and learning of the University. Librarians know that adjuncts come in many varieties, from many backgrounds and walks of life.
What all adjuncts have in common is very limited time. This is a quick summary of library services, resources, and people that are here for you --librarians make no distinctions between working with adjunct faculty and full-time faculty.
The Library also welcomes your request for library instruction in the classroom (whether on-ground or digital). Please send such requests to Elizabeth (Libby) Knapik who will forward your request to the appropriate librarian. That librarian will be in touch with you soon about your needs and desires for library instructional support.
Certain librarians are responsible for coordinating collection development and library services in particular subject areas. You can review a list of those librarians on the library's web site.
You are also welcome to contact the library's reference and research services by phone (203-381-7726), e-mail (email@example.com) and text (203-490-4500). The Library also maintains a FAQ and you can submit your own question if you don't find a helpful answer by searching the FAQ online.
The University Librarian (Gavin Ferriby) also welcomes your comments, suggestions, and requests --please write to him at firstname.lastname@example.org