Loyola · Notre Dame Library
Research & Instruction Services
Joanne HélouvryHead of Research & Instruction Services
Alex HerzbergR&I/Emerging Technologies Librarian
Jennie RayPublic Relations/Instruction Librarian
Reference Hours*Monday - Thursday 8:00 A.M. - 9:30 P.M.
Friday 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Saturday 10:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.
Sunday noon - 9:30 P.M.
*Except holidays, breaks, & interim
The Research and Instruction (Reference) librarians are
available to answer your questions in person, by phone, by chat (24/7)
or IM, or by email. Our intent is to help all patrons accomplish their
research more completely and efficiently. Students or faculty may also
schedule individual or group research assistance by filling out a request
-Schedule Individual or Small Group Research Assistance
Faculty may request customized library instruction sessions for their classes.
Sessions are either held in the Library's computerized instruction room
or are held on-site in classrooms or other available rooms at Loyola or
Notre Dame campuses. Contact either Joanne Hélouvry, Head of the Research
and Instruction Department, at 410-617-6834, or Julie Nanavati, Information
Literacy coordinator, at 410-617-6831, or fill out a request form:
-Schedule Class Instruction
-Information Literacy Plan
Services for LNDL Users with Disabilities
The Loyola Notre Dame Library provides specialized services and equipment as needed to students, faculty, and staff from Loyola University and Notre Dame of Maryland University. Information on Disability Support Services can be found at this page: http://www.loyola.edu/library/ref/disability.htm. For more information, please contact Youlanda Halterman at 410-617-6862 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will compile, arrange, and host resource webpages specifically for entire courses, and also for large-scale projects within courses. These webpages can contain helpful content such as hyperlinked web-based resources, subject bibliographies, and library pathfinders. Our subject pages for databases and other resources are now housed in our Research Guides, which can be expanded and edited by subject liaisons or interested faculty.
last updated : 10/07/2014