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Research Services for the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Our librarians maintain web based research portals to introduce you to the resources available in you field. Are you doing a literature review? Check out our Subject Guides:http://www.lib.ucdavis.edu/ul/research/subjects/
Research Consult Desk 2nd Floor Peter J. Shields Library 9am-6pm Mon-Thur, 9-5 Fri
Librarians, trained in the social sciences, humanities, and government information, are available at this location to help with finding information resources for class assignments, term papers and advanced research projects. Drop by, no appointment needed.
Research Appointments and Librarian Office Hours
Our Librarians are available to help with research projects. We can schedule anything from one-time meetings to sustained research alliances spanning the duration of the project. Tell us what you are working on, so we can make sure the library is serving your needs.
New Acquisitions and Book Requests
The Library works hard to provide the latest information to support the University's research and instruction. We are interested in hearing about advances and new directions in your fields of study. If you would like the Library to purchase an item important for research or instruction, please contact your subject specialist.
The University Library collects and supports research using International, Federal, State and Local government publications and data. We can help you find government information resources and we can also assist you with locating and identifying government-produced numeric and geographic data held by the library and cooperating institutions. Contact us at email@example.com
Data Management Services
Librarians can provide assistance with available applications to help you identify and obtain data in support of research and data management. Ask about the Library’s new Data Management solutions on the Data Services guide.
The University California Faculty have implemented a new Open Access Policy. Our librarians can help you learn more about it, and guide you through the changing world of Scholarly Communication. http://osc.universityofcalifornia.edu/open-access-policy/. More information is on the Open Access @ UCDavis Guide.
Library Research Classes, Orientations, and Tours
We offer classes and tours throughout the year geared to introduce students to library research. Subject specialist librarians will do classes upon request that meet your needs and fit your schedule. We can do classes in the library or in your classroom. Contact us to find out how we can help jump-start your students’ research projects.
News and Announcements
News from the Humanities and Social Sciences Librarians