Welcome to the Library Resource Liaison Site. Send in your questions or request an appointment with a library resource liaison. These specially trained Penn students will introduce you to the libraries, and connect you to its many services and resources.
Library Resource Liaison Hours
Rodin College House:
ARCH Cultural Centers:
Weigle Information Commons (WIC), Van Pelt 1st Flooor
Greenfield Intercultural Center (GIC)
They can introduce and connect you to some of the amazing services you have through the libraries:
Your Library Resource Liaisons are also available for appointments. Contact us directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We would love to help you with:
We look forward to working with you!
The Library Resource Liaisons will be preparing a series of workshops to help people learn about the various resources that the library has to offer. We will be updating this page with more information about future Workshops!
Date: Thursday February 28, 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: ARCH 108
About: Learn about the research resources available to undergraduates at this short introductory workshop organized by the Library Resource Liaison progam. The Library Resource Liaisons are peer research assistants who can help you navigate the Penn Libraries, get in touch with a specialist, take advantage of services, and get started on your research.
Date: Wednesday March 20, 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: ARCH 108
About: Explore the libraries' research tools especially those focused on citation and citation management. We will be talking about best practices in research, how to find journal articls, and how to easily cite sources with citation management tools like Zotero.
Date: Thursday, Nov 8, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Rodin College House M30
About: Explore the libraries' research tools with us in a exciting scavenger hunt game. We will be talking about best practices in research, how to obtain textbooks for free, and much more! Food will be provided!
Date: Mon, Nov 19, 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: PAACH (ARCH Basement)
About: As busy Penn students, how can we alleviate mental health issues? How can we be good friends to those who are struggling? How can people get help, academically and psychologically? Come and learn! Food will be provided.