Faculty Librarian for the Business School
Hi, I’m Sue, the Faculty Librarian for the Business School, my Assistant Faculty Librarian is Lizzie Wildgoose. Together we look after the library and information needs of the students, staff and researchers within the University of Portsmouth Business School.
When not about in the Richmond or Portland buildings I am usually in the library rather hidden from public view. Ask for me at the Welcome or Reception desks or use the red telephone box to call me on 3238. If making a special trip to the library in the hope of seeing me do phone (02392 843238) or email ahead (firstname.lastname@example.org) to check I am available.
We hope that we get to meet most of you in our Library inductions or other teaching sessions. However library resources can be quite difficult to use so remember we are also happy to see you in small informal groups or as individuals.
If you are struggling finding the information you need why not drop me an e-mail outlining the specific problem. If you want to meet up please include 2-3 possible meeting times so we can fix a date.
If you need help quickly and we are not around, If you need help quickly and we are not around, do visit the Information desk on the ground floor Monday-Friday 0900 – 17.00. If you are struggling to gain access to an electronic resource then email email@example.com or phone 02392 843228.
I am happy to meet with you to discuss both your own information needs and those of your students.
I can offer a variety of learning opportunities for your students:
- Formal taught sessions- to large groups or classes
- Informal drop-ins –popping into tutorials to give 10-15 minutes pointed help for assignments
- Handouts and other learning objects to aid use of resources
- Paper/electronic assignments to cover learning/employability objectives.
We will update reading lists for you, arrange for them to be added to the Talis Aspire Reading List Service, sending you the Moodle Links, and ensure items are in our stock where possible.
I would love to hear about your own ongoing research and be happy to help you develop search and alerting strategies to save you time.
I am keen to hear about your research. I may be able to help with search strategies if you are struggling and help you create alerting services to save you time.
I would also like to develop my expertise in Endnote and Endnote Web so if you need help with these perhaps we could learn together.