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Subject Liaison Librarian: Davida Scharf   Tags: davida_scharf, history, humanities, som  

Last Updated: Feb 15, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Office Hours

I am usually on campus 9-5 (Mon, Tues, Wed) and Thursdays 11-7.

Check my Calendar for office hours or availability.

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 Davida Scharf contact information


Every department has a librarian

The NJIT Librarian Liaison Program began in 1992. Each NJIT reference librarian is assigned one or more academic departments and acts as a single point of contact for those faculty and students in such departments who require in-depth or subject-specific assistance.

Davida can assist if you need help

  • From an expert searcher familiar with a wide variety of search tools and techniques
  • Finding key sources in your field
  • Keeping abreast of recent advances and trends
  • With special research projects
  • Finding teaching and learning materials to support a course or presentation
  • With Information Literacy Instruction or crafting effective research assignments
  • Organizing your references or preparing a cited reference search
  • With educational assessment
  • With any library materials or services



Departmental Liaison and Subject Expertise

Humanities and History (Writing and Research)
School of Management (Management, Marketing, & Strategic Planning)
Enterprise Development Center  (Business & Innovation)
Social Sciences, Education, and Assessment



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Davida Scharf
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Director of Reference
Van Houten Library, NJIT
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