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Meet with Library Staff

These are scheduled sessions with library staff on specific topics.

Archives & Special Collections

The Archives staff provides research services to students, faculty and staff of Loyola and Notre Dame and the broader research community. 


  • Research assistance with primary sources, archives, and rare books
  • Locating and providing access to relevant materials
  • Answering questions and verifying information related to institutional history, projects, and activities

Appointments are recommended, to ensure staff availability.

Phone: 410-617-6868

Copyright Information Center

The Copyright Librarian helps explain U.S. Copyright laws and how they apply to basic copyright questions.


  • Copyright for course materials
  • Authors rights and responsibilities
  • Fair use evaluations
  • Creative Commons licensing
  • Permissions

Disclaimer: The information should not be considered legal advice. For legal guidance contact university counsel.

Schedule consultation with the Copyright Information Center

Phone: 410-617-6872

The Innovation Station

Technology Services staff facilitates creation, invention and learning at the makerspace.


  • Provide certification training for equipment
  • Supervise Laser Use
  • Orient users to technology
  • Consult with faculty on how to integrate into classroom instruction

Schedule consultation with Technology Services



Research and instruction librarians provide 30-minute virtual or in-person research consultations for individuals or small groups. 


  • Developing a research question and determining the scope of research
  • Identifying appropriate tools and strategies with information needs
  • Evaluating relevancy and credibility of information
  • Managing research data
  • Identifying journals for publication
  • Analyzing scholarly impact and metrics

Schedule consultation with Research & Instruction


Data Management

Data Management Services assist students, faculty and staff of Loyola and Notre Dame with the planning, organization, management, and curation of research data to enhance its preservation and access now and into the future


  • Create a data management plan (DMP) to meet funder and publisher requirements
  • Describe and organize data to make sharing and depositing easier
  • Identify repositories to access datasets and to deposit your own data

Schedule a data management consultation


Campus Writing & Tutorial Help