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What is a subject librarian?

A subject librarian is a librarian with a higher education degree, who is a key person in a number of library services:

  • Collection development (selection, evaluation and acquisition of books, journals, databases and other resources)
  • Seminars, instructions and demonstrations about specific resources, or about library research in general
  • Subject guides and other forms of guidance on the library website
  • Personal advice to students, staff and other library users, to identify and locate useful information for projects, essays, dissertations, theses and research.

If you have a comment or question -large or small- related to this guide or its discipline, do not hesitate to contact the subject librarian.



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Subjects: Faculty of Arts