Lippincott Library Services for Wharton Faculty
DocDel@Wharton delivers books, articles, conference proceedings, patents and other items directly to your physical or virtual desktop. There are several components to this service including a Table of Contents Service, On-Demand Documents and Book Delivery. Please call 215-898-5553 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our Docdel@Wharton information page to learn more about this service. DocDel@Wharton is managed by Mia Wells.
Subject specialist librarians are available to provide custom instruction sessions geared to a particular class, project or topic. We can also create online research guides about specific topics which can be mounted on the Library web or in your class webCafé e-Room. Contact a subject specialist to get started.
Training for Research Assistants
Lippincott librarians can provide specialized training for research assistants who are working on a particular project. This could include in-depth training on specific electronic resources, citation searching or help with using historical resources. Please contact your departmental subject liaison to schedule training, or email email@example.com.
Lippincott librarians provide reference consultations by appointment, in your office or at the library. We are happy to handle requests by phone or email, as well. For general queries, call or email the Lippincott Reference Desk (215- 898-5924, firstname.lastname@example.org). For more in-depth questions, please contact your departmental subject liaison.
Faculty may place books, videos, journal articles or other items on reserve at Lippincott for a particular course. Please email Adele Chatelain, to make reserve requests.