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Data Collection & Organization


Librarians at Hamilton help develop students’ understanding of how the collection and organization of information affects its discoverability. They also work with students on collections related projects ranging from the creation of metadata records for class assignments to organizing their own research using using RefWorks.

Course Support

Typical Assignments
  • bibliography, literature review, presentation, research paper/essay, thesis

Common Tools & Resources
  • library catalog, discipline-specific databases, research guides

R&ID Specialists

Courses (2018-2019)
  • ARCH 106 - Principles of Archaeology / Colin Quinn (bibliography, literature review)
  • ARTH 153 - Proseminar: Architecture as Political Communication / Brigit Ferguson (presentation, research paper/essay)
  • BIO 100 - Our Blue Planet / Patrick Reynolds (bibliography, literature review, presentation, research paper/essay)
  • BIO 202 - Biostatistics / Christopher Briggs (bibliography, literature review, research paper/essay)
  • BIO 346 - Biochemistry / Wei-Jen Chang (research paper/essay)
  • CHEM 125 - Principles of Chemistry: Fundamentals to Applications / Adam Van Wynsberghe (poster)
  • CNMS 201 - Introduction to Digital Humanities / Janet Oppedisano (bibliography, online exhibit, archival record)
  • COMM 310 - Journalism, Ethics, Credibility / Roseann Pluretti (bibliography, literature review, research paper/essay)
  • ENVST 150 - Environmental Science & Society / Jason Townsend (research paper/essay)
  • ENVST 210 - Gateway to Environmental Studies / Aaron Strong (map)
  • FRNCH 318 - Women in Conflict / Rebecca Loescher (research paper/essay)
  • GEOSC 106 - Geological Hazards / Kendra Murray (presentation, research paper/essay)
  • GREEK 390 - Greek Orations / Shelley Haley (blog, research paper/essay)
  • HIST 226 - History of Ideas / Mackenzie Cooley (research paper/essay, metadata creation)
  • HIST 286 - The Byzantine Empire / John Eldevik (bibliography, research paper/essay)
  • HIST 342 - The Minds of the Old South: Southern Intellectual History, 1700-1877 / Doug Ambrose (research paper/essay)
  • HIST 351 - Race, Science, and the Origins of the Modern World / Mackenzie Cooley (research paper/essay, metadata creation)
  • HIST 356 - Human Rights / Kevin Grant (research paper/essay)
  • LIT 115 - Disability in Literature and Film / Clare Mullaney (bibliography)
  • LIT 135 - Renaissance Outsiders / Steve Schillinger (research paper/essay)
  • LIT 208 - Literacy, Diversity, and the Idea of America / Margie Thickstun (class discussion)
  • LIT 222 - Chaucer: Gender and Genre / Katherine Terrell (presentation, research paper/essay)
  • LIT 293 - Making of English / Katherine Terrell (research paper/essay)
  • PSYCH 501 - Senior Project / Jennifer Borton (bibliography, research paper/essay)
  • RLST 241 - Religion in the American West / Quincy Newell (blog, research paper/essay)
  • RLST 348 - Mormonism in America and the World / Quincy Newell (presentation, research paper/essay)
  • SOC 549 - Senior Seminar / Stephen Ellingson (thesis)
  • THETR 105 - Introduction to Theatre Production / Jeff Larson (presentation, research paper/essay, set design)
  • THETR 212 - Scene Design / Sara Walsh (set design)

Contact Information


Research & Instructional Design Staff

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