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Emily Scharf, Instruction and Liaison Services Librarian
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emilyscharf99@webster.edu
(314) 246-7818
office 222

Guides

Art @ Webster University Library
by Emily Scharf - Last Updated Oct 29, 2013
Library resources for art research.
Tags: architecture, art, art history, images, painting, pictures, print making, sculpture
Ebooks @ Webster University Library
by Emily Scharf, Heidi Vix - Last Updated Nov 4, 2013
All about electronic books
Tags: books, ebooks, electronic books
English @ Webster University Library
by Emily Scharf - Last Updated Apr 14, 2014
Library resources for research for literature and writing.
Tags: english, literature, poetry, shakespeare
Harvard citation style
by Emily Scharf - Last Updated Apr 16, 2013
Image Collections web sites
by Emily Scharf - Last Updated Sep 28, 2013
Tags: architecture, art, images, pictures
Interdisciplinary Studies @ Webster University Library
by Emily Scharf - Last Updated Mar 6, 2013
To support the research needs of students studying within the Interdisciplinary Studies department.
Tags: environmental studies, ethics, human rights, latin american studies, liberal arts, men's studies, multicultural studies, women's studies
Introduction to Doing Research
by Donna Church, Mary Anne Erwin, Emily Scharf - Last Updated Apr 15, 2014
For those new or returning to research, this guide will help you to plan your research projects and use the library more effectively.
Introduction to Western Art
by Emily Scharf - Last Updated Jan 13, 2014
Research guide for Dr. Ryan Gregg, ARHS 2210.
Tags: art, art history
LOEX 2011 - Creating a Leaner, Meaner, Database Collection to Leverage Instruction
by Mary Anne Erwin, Emily Scharf - Last Updated Apr 14, 2014
Presentation given at LOEX conference by Mary Anne Erwin and Emily Scharf. May 6, 2011.
Tags: conference presentation
MLA Style
by Emily Scharf - Last Updated Dec 7, 2011
Tags: citations, citing, mla
New Student Information About Webster University Library
by Emily Scharf - Last Updated Nov 7, 2013
Stuff you need to know about the library. This will make your research easier and your life better.
Tags: basic info, books, citations, computers, extended campus, gaming, new students, research, reserves, studying
Scenic Design resources
by Emily Scharf - Last Updated Oct 15, 2013
For Scenography students in the Conservatory of Theatre Arts
Text Analysis - Conservatory of Theatre Arts - A View From the Bridge
by Emily Scharf - Last Updated Jan 31, 2014
For Gary Glasgow's theatre students
Tags: theatre
Text Analysis - Conservatory of Theatre Arts - All My Sons
by Emily Scharf - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Professors Gary Glasgow and Gad Guterman
Tags: conservatory of theatre arts, theatre
THEA 2020 - Ibsen and Chekhov
by Emily Scharf - Last Updated Apr 7, 2014
Information and resources for second year acting students - Professor Gary Glasgow
Theatre @ Webster University Library
by Emily Scharf - Last Updated Jan 14, 2014
This guide details resources for theatre and drama research. Use the tabs below to find information on different resources.
Tags: conservatory of theatre arts, costumes, scripts, theatre
Videos @ Webster University Library
by Emily Scharf - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
If you are in need of video content, this is the place to go.
Tags: dvds, films, films on demand, movies, streaming video, videos
 

About Emily

Education

B.A. - French and Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

M.A. - Library and Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Association of Instruction and Research Libraries Immersion program - Teaching Track

Professional Memberships

American Library Association

Association of College and Research Libraries: Arts Section, Instruction Section

Theatre Library Association

Bio

Emily Scharf has been with Webster University Library since December 2009. She previously worked as a reference and instruction librarian at Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, MO; as a clerk at Madison Public Library in Madison, WI; and did practicums at various libraries on the UW-Madison campus.

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