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Rena M. Carlson Library
Clarion Campus
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Charles L. Suhr Library
Venango College

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Rena M. Carlson Library on Clarion Campus

Carlson Library Reference & Information Services
Supervisor: Dr. Basil D. Martin II
Location: Carlson, Level 1
E-mail Carlson Reference & Information Services
Telephone Number: 814-393-2490 or 814-393-1841

Fall/Spring Carlson Reference Assistance Hours:

Monday - Thursday
  Friday
Saturday
Sunday

 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
 10 a.m.- 4:45 p.m.
   Not Available
   1 p.m.- 5 p.m.

Hours are subject to change, as necessary.
Reference service is provided only when classes are in session.
Hours vary during summer sessions and winter intersession.

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Charles L. Suhr Library, Venango College

 Suhr Library Reference & Information Services
Supervisor: Nancy Clemente
E-mail Suhr Library
Telephone Number: 814-393-1242 
or 814-676-6591, ext. 1242

Fall/Spring Suhr Reference Assistance Hours:

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

   2 p.m.-  4 p.m.
   11 a.m.- 1 p.m.
 11 a.m.- 1 p.m.
 2 p.m.-  4 p.m.
   2 p.m.-  4 p.m.
 Closed
        Closed

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6 p.m.- 8 p.m.


6 p.m.- 8 p.m.


Other Hours By Appointment

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The Reference & Information Services Area Is Made Up Of:

The Reference Desk- 
A reference librarian can point you toward appropriate resources for your research and can assist you, one-on-one, with various research databases and reference resources. See our LibAnswers page where you can find answers to reference questions and other questions about the Clarion University Libraries, as well as ways to contact us.

Reference Resources- 
These sources provide researchers with brief, general information on a wide variety of topics. Reference resources include general and specialized encyclopedias, dictionaries, almanacs and handbooks, statistical references, etc.

On-line Periodical Indexes/Abstracts via the World Wide Web- 
These databases help you locate relevant periodical articles on a topic. There is a wide variety of databases available corresponding to many different academic majors and fields of knowledge. You will find that in some databases, many articles are available full-text. This means that the entire article is available online for you to print, download, or e-mail to your account. When you find full-text articles of interest, you have instant access to them online. Reference librarians can assist you in utilizing these products.

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Last Updated: September, 2013