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A researcher's guide to History resources at the University of Lethbridge Library.


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Research Appointments with Romany

While most research questions I receive can be solved via email, there are times when students and faculty need more in-depth support. If you're new to library research, returning to academia, or digging deep into a topic (literature review, research assistant project, thesis, etc) consider booking some time with me

Getting the most out of your appointment:

  • Send me a brief description of your research issue and what you've already tried - I like to do a bit of my own exploration before we meet (I'm learning too!).
  • Try to ensure your laptop is charged so you don't have to worry about running out of juice mid-way through the appointment - I want you to be relaxed and able to focus on your work.
  • Feel free to eat and drink during the appointment - again, I want you to be comfortable.
  • In-depth research is a process - it is possible that we may have to meet again, but more often we can follow-up via email. If possible, try to use the original email thread so we can keep all of our work together in one place.
  • If you're a parent and your kids drop-in - that's okay!  Zoom-bombing pets are a bonus.

Your History Librarian

Hi, I'm Romany. 

I'm liaison librarian for History and Religion, Philosophy, Political Science, and Academic Writing. I'm also the special collections librarian, and information literacy instruction coordinator. I teach LBSC 2000 and coordinate the library moodle modules for WRIT 1000. 

If you have questions about searching, accessing, evaluating, using, or citing information I am here to help. Email me at or book an appointment time (in-person or virtual appointments are available).

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