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Nordic Studies & Linguistics Librarian

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Dan Mandeville
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email: dcman@uw.edu
tel: (206) 685-1446
office: Suzzallo 139
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For students, I can:

  • Meet with you individually to discuss your topic and possible research strategies
  • Recommend the best databases to search for your research topic
  • Answer your questions via email, phone, or in-person
  • Tell you about library services

For faculty, I can:

  • Track down citations
  • Do a quick literature review
  • Introduce your students to research tools and strategies via a workshop
  • Create a webpage tailored to your class assignment
  • Discuss ways to best incorporate research skills and library materials into your class assignments
  • Meet with your students individually
  • Purchase books and other material needed for your research
  • Tell you about library services
  • Act as a liaison communicating the department's concerns and needs to library administration

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