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Subject Librarians

Mason Libraries has subject librarians available to assist with research. Here is the list of the subject librarians, their subject areas, and contact methods. 

Digital Scholarship Center (DiSC)

Located in 2700 Fenwick Library, the Digital Scholarship Center (DiSC)supports research in the areas of: 

creating, finding, and using datageographic information systems (GIS); research data management, curation, and archiving; digital scholarship in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences; and digital project planning and management.

For more information, check out

or contact us at


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SP@RC stands for Scholarly Productions at the Research Commons. The mission of the SP@RC lab is to create self-sufficient scholars who are able to apply best practices in design and research presentation to their work. We provide workshops on various topics as well as one-on-one consultations.


Drop in or schedule an appointment for help with:

  • Research poster design
  • PowerPoint presentation design
  • Document design
  • Adobe InDesign, & Photoshop
  • Citation management software
  • Presentation skills 
  • Use the One Button Studio
  • Attend a workshop


For more information and to view upcoming workshops visit the SP@RC page
or email

2100 Fenwick Library

SP@RC is the result of a partnership between the University Libraries, Students as Scholars (OSCAR) , The Writing Center, the Department of Communication, & Mason Publishing Group.

Special Collections Research Center

The Special Collections Research Center (Fenwick 2400) supports the research and teaching missions of the University by collecting, preserving and providing access to archival and rare book collections relevant to academic programs. 

Stay up-to-date with the latest acquisitions and collections in the Special Collections Research Center: