Schedule one or more course-related instruction sessions to meet the specific needs of students in your class. These can be tailored to:
These classes may take place in either the classroom or in Dimond Library, but it is often helpful for students to become acquainted with Special Collections prior to embarking on their research.
Please contact me it you want to develop and/or develop an instruction session of tour.
course-related research projects that involve Special Collections. Advance
planning will enable us better serve you and your students. By planning ahead,
Please let me know if you need assistance in designing a course related project.
As a rule, the UNH Library has to be careful in spending limited collection monies; however, when establishing priorities for book purchases, reference works, media and electronic resources, we depend upon faculty imput. You make it easier for us to align our collection building with your research and curricular needs. If you would like to submit a suggestion for purchase electronically, please click here for the appropriate forms.
If you would prefer to contact one of our library liaisons directly or work with your departmental representative to inform the UNH Library of your needs and concerns, here is an up-to-date list of liaisons and departmental representatives.
Get the most out of your limited research time and the resources in Special Collections by meeting with a staff member who is most familiar with your area of research. With advance preparation, this person will be able to:
Please contact me to set-up an appointment.
This library guide was created to support the study of history at The University of New Hampshire.
Please use this guide to help develop your research. If you need additional assistance, please don't hesitate to contact me by phone, email, IM, or Facebook. My office hours during the fall semester are Monday and online, Sunday night, from 8-11pm. I can also meet at other times to discuss your research needs or for one-on-one instruction on search strategies and sources.
I also serve as liaison to the History Department, so if you want to purchase or gain access to monographs, periodicals, media, or other resources that are not available at UNH, let me know and we'll determine the best strategy for connecting you with the information you need.
I welcome your suggestions for changes or additions to this guide, as well as those geared towards enhancing services provided by the UNH Library.