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The purpose of this guide is to supplement the librarian's presentation.

See the basic Social Work LibGuide for additional ideas [link below].

For personal assistance, please call or email us; the Reference Librarians are eager to help.   Call 812-464-1907, toll-free at 800-246-6173, or email us at



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USI Rice Library
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B.A. in Ancient History and Classics, University of Vermont / A.M.L.S.- Library Stuff, University of Michigan / M.A. in History, University of West Georgia
Preferred Place in the Library:
Anywhere I can help YOU do research
"Usual" Starbucks Drink:
Good strong hot or iced coffee!
Favorite Literary Character:
Eloise who lives in The Plaza Hotel in Manhattan
Recommended DVD from the Library's collection:
Desk Set (Hepburn and Tracy duke it out over librarian vs. computer)

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