How can Lisa help you?
Lisa can help you find information for research in linguistics, such as phonology, syntax, and language acquisition, as well as in psychology and other areas.
Additionally, Lisa is also skilled in more general humanities and social science subjects, and with verifying and formatting citations. She can also help with troubleshooting connection problems to Libraries' databases or e-subscriptions.
Lisa has been working in the MIT Libraries in a variety of positions since 1997. Prior to MIT, she worked for the Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (CETH), and as acting museum librarian at the University of Pennsylvania. She has selected materials and provided research assistance in subjects ranging from anthropology and archaeology to census data to foreign languages and literature. She has undergraduate and graduate degrees in literature and literary theory, as well as a master's degree in library studies.