If you want in-depth help with a research project or want to talk to a librarian about any aspect of using the library or our resources, you can schedule an appointment to meet with a librarian.
Meeting with a librarian may be useful in a number of situations.
- For example:
- If you are just getting started on a project and have no idea how to proceed.
- If you don't understand how the library system works in some area.
- If you are having trouble finding good sources for a presentation or paper.
- If you have looked in a number of places and can't find much on your topic.
- You have a question about any library resource and how to best use it.
Appointments might last anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour, depending on your needs.
How do you request a meeting with a librarian?
You can schedule an appointment with a librarian on our appointments page. Be sure to provide some details about the topic and the project you're working on so we can prepare for our meeting. You could also stop by the Research Help Desk to talk to a librarian. You can email all of the librarians at firstname.lastname@example.org