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Student Library Guide: Home

This research guide is designed to provide all Barry University students a basic overview of the resources and services available at the Monsignor William Barry Memorial Library.

Welcome!

Welcome to the Barry University Student Library Guide page! This page is designed to provide quick and easy access to the huge array of information resources and tools that the Library has to offer. The tabs above will provide you with information about technology integration into classes, specific information resources for research, resources to assist in the publication process, and much more. We welcome your suggestions as to the specific resources or services that you would like to have added to this page. Simply enter a comment about your interest and we will develop or link resources that you find useful.

The most useful resources the Library can offer you are the Library staff and Librarians. We encourage you to get to know the Librarian assigned to your area (see the box to the right). These professionals have years of experience in assisting students and faculty at Barry University and look forward to answering any type of question you may have. Thank you for visiting! We hope you find this resource helpful!

 

 

Introduction to the Library

Subject Librarians

 

Librarian

 

Subject

 

Communication

Education

English and Foreign Languages

Social Work

Merlene Nembhard

(305) 899-4051

Criminal Justice

Diversity

Math and Computer Science

Psychology

Sociology

Women's Studies

Philip O'Neill

(305) 899-3762

Business

Economics

History

Philosophy

Political Science

Theology

 

Biology

Health Sciences

Health Services Administration

Human Performance and Leisure Science

Physical Sciences

Podiatric Medicine and Surgery

Maria Gonzalez

(305) 899-3761

Fine Arts

Professional and Career Education