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Where to get help

Getting Help

Ask a librarian via chat, text, email, or phone. Schedule some time with a librarian who specializes in your subject area of need. Visit the Reference Desk. Attend one of our workshops.

Research Process. Where do I start?

The Research Process. Where do I Start?

How to choose or refine a topic, brainstorm keywords, gather background info, find books & articles, cite your sources. Composition I and II: ENC 1101/1102.

Tutorials, videos, instructional materials

Watch, Read, Learn

Videos, tutorials, and other easy, ready to use instructional materials about using the library, conducting research, writing, and more.

Where is the Library?

Where is the Library?

The Library is located in the northeast corner of the library lawn and is open 7 days a week during normal business hours. Check the Library Calendar for regular hours, as well as intersession and holidays hours.

Circulation FAQ's

Circulation FAQ's

How long can I check a book out? How many books can I check out? How do I renew my books? and more...

Reserve a group study room

Group Study Rooms

Get together with your study partners. Reserve a room. Read the rules.

Research Guides

Library Research Guides

Specialized subject and course guides created by subject librarians. Recommended databases by subject, and other resources.

Library Ambassador Program Info & Application

Become a Library Ambassador

Student Ambassadors help support their peers’ research and information literacy needs. Learn more, and apply if interested.

Contact Heather Snapp, FYE & Outreach Librarian for additional help and information.