Research & Instruction Services

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Contact Information

Marcella Fultz

Research & Instruction Librarian


Beth Layton

Assessment & Usability Coordinator

Telephone: 410-617-6831

Jennie Ray

PR / 1st Year Experience Librarian

Telephone: 410-617-6835

Shannon Simpson

Part-time Librarian


Cat Staley

Online Learning Librarian

Telephone: 410-617-6836

Kristina Wagner

Health & Nat. Sciences Librarian

Telephone: 410-617-6833

Reference Hours*

Monday - Thursday 9:00 A.M. - 9:30 P.M.
Friday 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Saturday 12:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.
Sunday noon - 9:30 P.M.
*Except holidays, breaks, & interim

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Research Assistance

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 form:

     -Schedule Individual or Small Group Research Assistance


Library Instruction

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 the Research & Instruction department at, 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: For more information, please contact Youlanda Halterman at 410-617-6862 or at


Resource Pages

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.


Database Problem Reporting Form

last updated : 04/4/2017