The TCU Library offers two types of library instruction classes:
- Library Training 101 sessions for TCU first-year students and transfer students are led by Humanities & Theatre Librarian Ammie E. Harrison.
- Advanced Library Instruction is offered by subject specialists within the TCU Library Reference Department. These librarians provide in-depth resource demonstrations specifically related to your course topic(s). Please refer to our Reference Department staff directory for Research Librarian contact information.
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Religion and Philosophy Librarian
Research Librarian for: Accounting/Finance, Company & Industry, Countries, Economics, Journalism, Management, Marketing & Advertising, Ranch Management, Strategic Communication, Supply Chain Management
Scholarly Communication Librarian and Science Research Liaison
Head of Reference & Instruction Services
Humanities and Theatre Research Librarian
Health Sciences Liaison & Assessment Librarian
Social Sciences Librarian
Office: Reference office
Research Librarian for: Anthropology, Communication Studies, Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies, Criminal Justice, Education, Geography, History, Latin American Studies, Political & Military Science, Sociology
Dance Research Librarian / Van Cliburn Archivist
Nursing & Nurse Anesthesia Librarian
Art & Design Librarian
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