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|Monday - Friday||8:30am-5pm, 7pm-11pm|
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|B - BD||Magill Library, Basement (floormap)|
|BF||Magill Library, Basement (floormap) & White Science Library|
|BH - BX 7599||Magill Library, Basement (floormap)|
|BX 7600 - BX 7799||Quaker & Special Collections (floormap)|
|BX 7800 - BX 9999||Magill Library, Basement (floormap)|
|H||Magill Library, 1st Tier (floormap)|
|HA||Magill Library, 1st Tier & White Science Library (campus map)|
|HB - HJ||Magill Library, 1st Tier (floormap)|
|HM - HX||Magill Library, 3rd Tier (floormap)|
|M 2 - M 3||Magill Library, 4th Tier (floormap)|
|M 4 - M 5000||Union Music Library (campus map)|
|ML||Magill Library, 4th Tier (floormap)|
|MT||Magill Library, 4th Tier (floormap) & Union Music Library|
|T - TP||Magill Library, 5th Tier (floormap)|
|TR||Magill Library, 2nd Tier (South Wing) (floormap)|
|TS - TX||Magill Library, 5th Tier (floormap)|
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Scholarship @ Haverford
The Faculty Bibliography is a comprehensive and authoritative archive of citations to Haverford College faculty publications. This repository contains over 3,000 records dating back to 1986.
Faculty wishing to submit citations for inclusion in the database should contact Norm Medeiros.
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Young Academic Alumni Lecture Series
The Young Academic Alumni Lecture Series (YAALS) presents lectures by Haverford alumuni who have chosen careers in academia and are in the final stages of writing their dissertation, are doing post-doctoral work, or are in their first few years of academic employment. Lectures are sponsored and coordinated by the Libraries.
For more information, please contact Terry Snyder.
The Libraries engage student interns to work on a variety of projects. These projects are developed following a collaborative, active learning style. Students are paired with a subject expert in the library to work closely on a project that develops their research and scholarship capacity, advances their critical literacy skills, and simultaneously gives them a meaningful product for their portfolio. Faculty will also serve as partners on many of the projects.