I'm here to help you with library research and to answer questions! For more in-depth questions we can set up an online or in-person research consultation - just email me at least three days in advance to set up an appointment! I am generally available Monday - Friday, 9:00AM to 4:00PM. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Welcome to your online guide for library research! This guide provides an overview of library resources and services that are available to you, for this class and beyond. Navigation is through the tabs on the left.
The Library offers many materials and services to help with your research, and librarians are here to help you along with the process.
To find the latest on visiting the library, hours, study spaces, and more, check out the Library's 2021 Restart Guide.
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And as always, if you have questions about how to find books or articles, or how to go about doing research, please feel free to contact me. I am happy to help you! You can also get research help from other librarians. Below you will find access to the Student Learning Center and all their incredible services, various ways to get research help from the library, library floor plans, and instructions for printing in the library from a campus computer and your device.
In addition to this course guide, make sure to check out Biology: A Guide to Research!
Librarians are available to help in several ways:
The Student Learning Center offers some awesome workshops to help you refine your writing and study skills. They also offer tutoring, writing assistance, study skills, (including how to avoid plagiarism, how to study, learning disability resources, math strategies, memory strategies, note taking, stress management, time management, etc.) and more!