Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Carol Spector

Library Liaison Services

I am happy to meet with you to assist you with your research and teaching. Here are some of the services that I can provide:


  • Help you develop search strategies to find the best sources on your topic. You can schedule an appointment here.
  • Assist you with using a citation manager (e.g., RefWorks)
  • Answer any research questions via email, phone, in-person, or online (via Zoom)
  • Introduce you to online mapping databases and data sets available at Gleeson Library
  • Collaborate with you to create a Student Social Justice Exhibit in Gleeson Library


  • Arrange a workshop for your students to Introduce them to research tools and strategies. These workshops could incorporate any of the following: scholarly research databases, primary sources, government information, newspaper databases, online mapping, statistical resources, USF's Scholarship Repository, etc.
  • Create an online research guide tailored to your class that you can link to from Canvas
  • Collaborate with you on incorporating research skills and library resources into your class assignments
  • Purchase books and other material needed for your research
  • Assist you with your research and publishing needs

This is adapted from University of Washington Libraries Subject Librarians web pages under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial License (CC BY-NC 4.0).

Workshop Feedback

Please take a minute to respond to a few questions about the usefulness of your library workshop using this online form.

Learning Outcomes

Learning outcomes for various library instruction workshops.

Class Resources

Carol's Guides

Ask A Librarian