Research Services

We are here to help with your information needs.

See a list of subject area librarians below. 

Whether you need an overview of the research process, resource recommendations, or specialized research instruction for your courses, we look foward to working with you!

Visit our Ask a Librarian page to view various ways to get help!


Subject Area Librarians

Lynnae Daniels

Librarian for Accounting and STEM Subjects- Biology, Chemistry, Design, Engineering, Environmental Science, Geophysics, Mathematics
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Liya Deng

Librarian of Social Sciences- Addiction Studies, Aging Studies, Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Disability Studies
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Kelly Evans

Librarian of Business, Health Sciences, Public Administration
Director, School of Libraries
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Rose Sliger Krause

Librarian of Art, Art Education, Art History
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Ielleen Miller

Librarian of Anthropology, Communication Studies, English, Humanities, Modern Languages, Law
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Suzanne Milton

English Composition, College in the High School, Library Instruction Coordinator
Learning Services Coordinator
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Justin Otto

Librarian of Economics
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Jaclyn Parrott

Librarian of Religious Studies
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James Rosenzweig

Librarian of Children's Studies, Education, Literacy
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Qing Stellwagen

Librarian of Diversity and Inclusion Studies, Gender, Women's & Sexuality Studies, Political Science, International Affairs
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Emily Vickers

Librarian of Film, Music, Theater
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Paul Victor

Librarian of Criminal Justice, History, Honors, Interdisciplinary Studies, Military Science, Philosophy, Urban Planning, WAMS
Coordinator of Reference Services, Off-Campus and e-Learning Library Services Liaison
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About the EWU Libraries’ Instruction Program

Our Mission is to teach students, university faculty and staff to locate, evaluate, and use information resources and services effectively, in accordance with four foundational documents:

Our Instructional Philosophy is to provide information literacy-focused instructional programming in order to fulfill our mission, while addressing the three EWU core themes of access, learning, and completion. Librarians create instructional programming tailored to the needs of EWU’s diverse student population. Course-integrated instruction is designed to critically engage students with the resources needed for their coursework, as well as support their growth as information literate citizens. Student learning outcomes focus on developing core research skills to promote the lifelong pursuit of higher-level information inquiry and knowledge acquisition. Wherever possible, instructional activities are constructed to promote active student engagement and experiential learning.

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