Finding library resources: Where to get research support
Last Updated: Apr 20, 2023 Views: 64

If you need help finding library resources, the Library staff provide research support in person at one of our campus library locations, through our Ask the Library service or by booking a research appointment. You can contact the Library via online chat, email, or telephone.

Here are some examples of the type of help you can get through Ask the Library:

  • Instruction on how to use the Library to search for resources.
  • Information about digital resource collections and how to use them.
  • Guidance in refining your search to find more relevant results.

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    Ask The Library

    Need More Help?

    Do you need to talk to library staff? All campus libraries offer brief research consultation and search help during business hours. Contact us in one of the following ways and we will answer within 24 hours during the business work week:

    By Online Form


    By Live Chat

    • Monday to Friday: 9am - 5pm

    By One-on-One Appointments

    • Students: research support in the form of advice or assistance. Please have a copy of your assignment or research notes with you to share with the reference staff.
    • Faculty: Curate resources for your online teaching from Library subscribed content. Learn how to use Open Educational Resources (OER) to find, share and adapt material for your online courses or receive guidance with copyright.

    Book Your Appointment