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Ellen Metter

Ellen Metter

Researcher Support Librarian and Collection Development Program Lead Researcher Support Services


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Role in the Library

As a member of the Researcher Support Services (RSS) group, Ellen is able to share ideas and supply support for researchers ranging from first year students to veteran campus faculty members. Her work as Program Lead of Collection Development allows her to assist in coordinating, in partnership with collection management and acquisitions colleagues, the growth and maintenance of the Library's physical and digital materials.

More About

Though ready to look into any research needs through one-on-one Consultations or at the Research Tutoring Desk, Ellen's specialties match her areas of oversight within collection development: Communication, Film Production, History, Journalism, Music, Philosophy, Religion, and Theatre. Faculty in these areas in particular are encouraged to contact Ellen with collection, research, or related needs.

Ellen's role within Researcher Support Services also includes work as the Library's Open Educational Resources (OER) lead.  Please see the OER Libguide for information on consultations as well do-it-yourself paths for all areas of OER and alternative learning materials. 

Ellen is an instructor for some of the Savvy Researcher Workshops, including Wikipedia Editing and the Publishing Your Research sessions.

 

 

Education

Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
Masters of Information Studies

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
Bachelor of Arts, Theatre/Music

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Text us your questions to 303-848-8444. We’ll answer from 9 am to 6 pm during the week and reply to after hours questions the next morning. (Your provider rates will apply.)

In-Person

  • Research Tutoring
    Research tutoring is for quick questions, tips, and strategies on finding and evaluating information resources.  Research Tutoring is located in the Knowledge Market on the first floor and is available Monday–Thursday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Friday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. 

  • Research Consultations
    Research consultations are for in-depth and lengthy discussions about research questions. Please use Schedule a Research Consultation Form to request an appointment.  Due to the level of preparation needed, appointments should be made 48 hours in advance. If you need immediate help, please use Research Tutoring.  

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For general library information, as well as for questions about borrowing, renewing, or returning library materials, call 303-315-7763.

For research help, call 303-315-7711, Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. If there is no answer, please leave a message and someone will return your call within 24 hours (Monday – Friday).