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Get to know the Client Services Librarians

The goal of facilitating the creation of and access to knowledge underlies librarian work. In addition to acquiring scholarly resources in support of research, Lehigh’s librarians also assist with a wide variety of projects that span the research activities, social community, and culture of the university.

The Client Services Librarian team includes:

College of Arts and Sciences

Carrie Baldwin-SoRelle - Social Sciences and Scholarly Communications Librarian: Carrie is the liaison for social sciences faculty and students, providing a range of research, instruction, and data management services, and facilitating access to digital and print resources. In addition, as the Scholarly Communications librarian, Carrie works with faculty and other campus partners to support activities including open access scholarship, digital scholarly publishing, and the Lehigh Preserve repository.

Brian Simboli - Science Librarian - In addition to liaising to Lehigh’s science departments, Brian is involved in data management issues and active on the team that addresses them. He also tracks trends in science publishing and has an interest in "bibliometrics" for research impact. Finally, he has an interest in the history and philosophy of science and works with Lehigh’s Special Collections department on projects and instruction involving Lehigh's collection of historical works in science.

Heather Simoneau - Humanities Librarian - Heather supports the humanities departments of the College of Arts & Sciences. In addition to their collection development, teaching, and reference responsibilities, Heather and Carrie co-administer Lehigh Preserve, Lehigh’s digital institutional repository, which is the home of Lehigh’s first open access journal FIRE: Forum for International Research in Education. Heather’s favorite parts of her job are teaching information literacy classes, helping students locate the perfect sources for their papers, and learning cool things as she supports faculty in their research.

P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Phil Hewitt - Senior Engineering and Electronic Collections Librarian - Phil helps undergraduate and graduate students in engineering review their research problems from a high-level perspective. He knows how engineering-related data and information is published. This knowledge helps him provide guidance on possible sources for background information, as well as methods for finding data and information to refine topics and support, refute, or reformulate research. He hopes to help students and faculty efficiently consider, access, and use information through consultations, teaching, and his work with colleagues to support Lehigh Libraries' electronic collections and systems.

College of Business and Economics

Mark Scott - Manager of the College of Business & Economics (CBE) Support Team & Business Data Librarian – Mark provides supervision and direction to the LTS Client Services team in support of CBE. As the liaison to CBE and business data librarian, he offers guidance in the use of statistical and data resources. He also selects and manages collections of electronic databases and journals, provides course instruction and consultations in areas such as finance, economics, management, and marketing. In addition, he is responsible for supporting the research needs of the CBE faculty and staff. Mark also serves as the government information specialist and oversees Lehigh’s status as a Federal Depository Library.

College of Education

Jasmine Woodson - Education and Learning Design Librarian - As the liaison to Psychology and the College of Education, Jasmine supports the department's and college's research through the acquisition of relevant print and electronic materials, consultations, and class instruction on research tools and techniques. She also serves as LTS' information literacy librarian, working to better student information-seeking critical thinking and integrate librarians into the teaching and learning activities of the University.

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