Who's Your Research or Branch Librarian ?
A major responsibility of the Research and Branch Librarian at the University of Adelaide is to liaise with academic staff, researchers and students to make the most effective use of library resources and services.
They also have an important role in working with academic staff to develop information research skills (information literacy) to meet the needs of students and the curriculum in achieving University of Adelaide graduate attributes.
Postgraduate research students should talk to their Research or Branch Librarian as early as possible; we can help you with preliminary work to define your thesis topic and advise you about searching for information in online and print sources.
To make an appointment, see contact details below:
|Agriculture, Food & Wine||Angela Mills,
|Animal & Veterinary Sciences||Angela Mills,
|Anthropology & Development Studies||Helen Attar|
|Asian Studies||Qing Liang|
|Business||(including ECIC) Qing Liang|
|Classics, Archaeology & Ancient History||Jennifer Osborn|
|Computer Science||Maggie Low|
|Earth Sciences||Ainsley Painter|
|Ecology & Environmental Science||Ainsley Painter|
|English & Creative Writing||Jennifer Osborn|
|European Studies||Margaret Hosking|
|French Studies||Jennifer Osborn|
|Genetics, Genomics & Evolution||Ainsley Painter|
|Gender Studies & Social Analysis||Helen Attar|
|General Practice||Mick Draper|
|Geography, Environment & Population||Helen Attar|
|German Studies||Jennifer Osborn|
|Health Sciences (except Nursing, Public Health, Psychiatry, Psychology, Translational Health Science)||Mick Draper|
|History (including Art History)||Margaret Hosking|
|Mathematical Sciences||Maggie Low|
|Molecular & Cellular Biology||Ainsley Painter|
|Politics & International Studies||Margaret Hosking|
|Public health||Maureen Bell|
|Spanish Studies||Jennifer Osborn|
|Translational Health Science||Maureen Bell|