There are many ways of obtaining help from UMass Librarians
Come to the Reference Desk:
(September 1, 2013 – December 14, 2013)
Monday - Wednesday 9 - 9
Thursday - Friday 9 - 5
Saturday - 10 - 6
Sunday - 1 - 9
(December 15, 2013 - January 18, 2014)
Monday - Friday 9 - 5
Saturday - 10 - 5
Sunday - Closed
Call during above hours:
W.E.B. Du Bois Reference Desk 413-545-0150
Science and Engineering Library 413-545-6741
Instant Message with a Reference Librarian during staffed hours.
Use or online form to submit a brief, factual question.
Welcome to the Reference Guide the Criminal Justice Program from the UMass Libraries.
This guide is geared toward the intermediate level researcher, refreshing ideas learned such as basic research techniques, search strategies, evaluation of information, bibliographic styles and a link to the online citation manager RefWorks.
There are suggestions of databases and internet links that can provide reliable articles, information, and statistical data in criminal justice and what to do if there is an article you need that is not available at the UMass Libraries.
If you need further help please contact:
David Mac Court at 413.577.1982 or email@example.com or
Steve Mc Ginty at 413.545.1871 or firstname.lastname@example.org
to schedule a research appointment.
Research and Liaison Services
W.E.B. Du Bois Library
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
154 Hicks Way
Amherst, MA 01003
Bachelors Degree with Individual Concentration, Grants, RefWorks, Social Thought and Political Economy, University Without Walls, Zotero
B.A. UMass Amherst, Social Thought and Political Economy; M.S. Simmons College; M.Ed. (in progress) UMass Amherst School Counseling