Research Help and Instruction

Last updated: July 20, 2020

Most library services supporting your research and teaching are available remotely. Get the help you need from our Ask a Librarian service and specialists who represent a wide range of subjects and expertise.

Ask a Librarian

Get help with library and research-related questions through chat, text, or email. You can also make an online appointment.

Find a specialist

Search by subject or speciality to find and contact an expert in your field of study who can discuss your project and provide customized support, advice, and resources. 

Specialists are available via email and many offer online appointments.

How to access services from our specialty locations

Get online support from the people who staff our specialized locations and spaces, including:

Instruction and course support

We offer multiple methods for bringing library instruction into your online course, including live via Zoom or BlueJeans, recorded videos, and other integrated options. Request a session and we'll be in touch.

If you're a faculty member or instructor, we can help you make course materials available for your classes during the 2020–2021 academic year. Learn about our course materials support.

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