Who is your Liaison Librarian?

Liaison Librarians act as a link between students and the Library resources for their subject area. Each Liaison Librarian specialises in specific subject areas and can help students with researching information and using the library databases.

If you have a brief reference question, you can try the Ask a Librarian email form via the Electronic Reference Desk , but for more in depth questions, it is recommended you come into the Library or contact the Liaison Librarian for your subject area. If you think you have a frequently asked question (FAQ) have a look at the Library's searchable list of FAQs.

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 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y

Subject Area
Liaison Librarian
Extension
Adelaide Central School of Art Aliese Millington
15839
Ageing Studies

Tony Giorgio

13542

American Studies

Tony Giorgio

13542

Archaeology

Aliese Millington

15839

Asian Studies

Tony Giorgio

13542

Audiology

Leila Mohammadi & Sue Hammond

465460

Australian Studies

Aliese Millington

15839

Biological Sciences

Siân Woolcock

12517

Chemistry

Siân Woolcock

12517

Computer Science

Siân Woolcock

12517

Criminal Justice

Heidi Savilla

12577

Development Studies

Tony Giorgio

13542

Disability Studies

Nikki May

13292

Drama

Aliese Millington

15839

Earth Sciences

Siân Woolcock

12517

Education

Peggy Brooksby

13514

Engineering

Siân Woolcock

12517

English

Aliese Millington

15839

Environmental Health

Siân Woolcock

12517

Environmental Management

Siân Woolcock

12517

Environmental Science

Siân Woolcock

12517

ESL/TESOL/Professional English
15839

Flinders Business School

Tony Giorgio

13542

Foundation Students

Veronica Ghee

12157

French

Aliese Millington

15839

Geography

Siân Woolcock

12517

Globalisation

Tony Giorgio

13542

Health and Physical Education Peggy Brooksby 13514

Health Management

Leila Mohammadi & Sue Hammond

465460

Health Sciences

Nikki May

13292

History

Tony Giorgio

13542

Indigenous Education
13514

International Relations

Tony Giorgio

13542

International Studies

Tony Giorgio

13542

International Students

Veronica Ghee

12157

Italian

Aliese Millington

15839

Latin American Studies

Tony Giorgio

13542

Law

Heidi Savilla

12577

Linguistics
15839

Legal Studies

Heidi Savilla

12577

Mathematics & Statistics

Siân Woolcock

12517

Media
15839

Medical Biotechnology

Nikki May

13292

Medical Science

Leila Mohammadi & Sue Hammond

465460

Medicine

Leila Mohammadi & Sue Hammond

465460

Mental Health

Leila Mohammadi & Sue Hammond

465460

Midwifery

Peter Newman

13289

Modern Greek

Aliese Millington

15839

Nanotechnology
12517

Nursing

Peter Newman

13289

Nutrition & Dietetics

Leila Mohammadi & Sue Hammond

465460

Occupational Therapy Nikki May 13292
Optometry Nikki May 13292

Palliative Care

Nikki May

13292

Paramedic and Social Health Sciences

Nikki May

13292

Philosophy

Aliese Millington

15839

Physics

Siân Woolcock

12517

Physiotherapy

Nikki May

13292

Politics

Naomi Billinghurst

12197

Population Studies

Siân Woolcock

12517

Psychology

Tony Giorgio

13542

Public Health

Leila Mohammadi & Sue Hammond

465460

Public Administration

Naomi Billinghurst

12197

Rehabilitation

Nikki May

13292

Remote Health

Leila Mohammadi & Sue Hammond

465460

Screen

Aliese Millington

15839

Security Studies
13542

Social Work

Naomi Billinghurst

12197

Sociology

Naomi Billinghurst

12197

Spanish & Portuguese

Aliese Millington

15839

Special Education

Peggy Brooksby

13514

Speech Pathology

Leila Mohammadi & Sue Hammond

465460

Sport Health and Physical Activity
13514

Theology

Aliese Millington

15839

Tourism

Aliese Millington

15839

Visual Arts
13514

Women's Studies

Naomi Billinghurst

12197

Yunggorendi

Veronica Ghee

12157

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