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Kimberly Jackson

STEM Librarian
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Kimberly Jackson

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Claremont Colleges Library
STEM SUBJECTS I SUPPORT

Applied Life Sciences, Botany, Community & Global Health, Computer Science, Environmental Analysis, Geology, Information Systems & Technology and Pharmacy.

During the temporary Library closure, I am still available to assist faculty, staff and students, remotely.


REQUEST REMOTE LIBRARY INSTRUCTION

Faculty & Adjuncts, please use the Request Remote Library Instruction form for all Library Instruction requests. Using this form helps me to prepare ahead of time for your session and allows us to craft the best possible interactions so that your students get the most out of our time together. 


STAY UP TO DATE


  • Get updated information about COVID-19 research and resources through our COVID-19 Guide (updated regularly)

  • Browse Instructional Resource Offers Instructional Resource offers from Vendors and Publishers (updated regularly).

  • Find your e-textbook in our Course Reserves (updated regularly)






As a STEM Librarian with The Claremont Colleges Library, I can help you learn the skills to:

APPOINTMENTS


I accommodate Zoom video, chat and telephone appointments. If you do not see a date and time on my calendar that works for you, please reach out to me via email.


As a Librarian I can empower you to find resources, advise you on databases and strategies to search and manage your research articles. However please note; I am not able to help you with selecting a research topic, finding articles on your behalf (or sending articles to you due to copyright), survey your field for trends, select your research methodology, analyze your data, evaluate your thesis or dissertation, draft, edit, proofread, or evaluate the quality of your writing or estimate your grade. For assistance with drafting/editing your papers, please contact the writing center on your campus, or reach out to your faculty.


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