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Library Tips for Psychology Faculty  

Presented by Susan Turkel, Psychology and Sociology Librarian.
Last Updated: Mar 4, 2014 URL: Print Guide

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Greetings from your library liaison!  I can:

  • Coordinate & lead workshops on finding information, managing citations, staying current, and more
  • Conduct individual research consultations
  • Order books and other materials for the library

How to contact me:

  • Via email, phone, and in-person in the library
  • Office hours in East Hall (SAA suite): Mondays, 2-4 pm

More about me

I am a member of the Graduate Library Reference Department and answer reference questions via the Ask a Librarian chat service, at the Graduate Library's Information Center desk, and at the Shapiro Library Reference Desk. I also serve on a number of library committees, including the Social Sciences E-Resource Team.

I have a Master's degree in Library Service from Rutgers University and a Master's degree in Sociology from the University of California, San Diego. My undergraduate degree in Sociology/Psychology is from Wesleyan University.

Before joining the library staff at UM, I worked at the Bryn Mawr College Library for fourteen years. I was the librarian for all social sciences including Psychology, and provided support for a range of instructional technologies on campus.


About Susan

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Susan Turkel
Psychology & Sociology Librarian
Contact Info
Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library
Room 209, Hatcher North
913 South University
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1190
734 763-1630
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