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This guide was created to introduce international students at New York University to the Bobst Libraryenvironment.
Last Updated: Apr 29, 2014 URL: http://guides.nyu.edu/InternationalStudents Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Welcome to Bobst Library Box

Librarian for International Students

Pamela Bloom
Librarian Liaison with the Office of International Student Services (OISS)
e-mail: pamela.bloom@nyu.edu
phone: (212) 998-2618

Please note that although Pamela Bloom is the specialist in this area, all of the staff at Bobst are here to help you and would be happy to answer your questions. Feel free to stop by the 1st and  5th fl. reference desk  to speak to the librarian on duty during reference hours. For a full list of librarians by subject specialty, go to Subject Specialists.

 

Bobst Info

Bobst Services

  • Group & Individual Study Rooms
    NYU has a variety of group and individual study spaces available for use throughout the library. These spaces can fill up quickly, so we suggest making reservations in advance.
  • Laptops Loans Available
    The BLCC on LL1 has laptops available for use within the library.
  • Locker Rentals
    Take advantage of Bobst's locker rental service. It's a great way to store all of those books stuffed into your backpack.

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Helpful Research Tips

 

(1) Make sure that you understand your assignment or project. If you are not sure what your assignment means, ask your professor or TA to explain it to you.

(2) Start your research early because library materials you need may already be checked out by another user. The Library does not always own a copy of materials you will need for your research. Allow extra time if you need materials that that are not owned by Bobst Library. Interlibrary Loan is a fast service, but it can still take a couple of days.

(3) Introduce yourself to your subject librarian. Your subject librarian can help point you to resources that might be useful to you in your research.  Research Guides have also been created by librarians and reference staff to aid you when you can't make it to the library, or a subject librarian is not presently available.

(4) Keep careful and complete notes of your reference citations including author, title, place of publication, publisher, date of publication, volume, and page numbers. You will need this information for your bibliography. You can also open a RefWorks account to help you manage these citations.

(5) Remember that you can access most library resources from off-campus -- at your home, office, or wherever you have an Internet connection. Most databases will require that you enter your Net ID and password when connecting from off-campus.

(6) Ask for help! Assistance can always be found through our Ask a Librarian service, or at the Reference Desk on the 1st floor of the Bobst library.

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Pamela Bloom Librarian for Theatre & Performance Studies
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Contact Info
Location: Bobst Library, Mezz.
212-998-2618
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Contact us via email, text us at 646-265-1342, or schedule an appointment.

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