If you have a reference question you can contact us in many ways:
We also accept appointments for more in-depth individualized research needs. Please call or email the library if you wish to have extended one-on-one time with a librarian. Some examples of how individualized time can be spent include, but are certainly not limited to:
Bibliographic Instruction: An introduction to searching the library catalog, as well as
placing holds, renewing items, and accessing your library account online.
Information Literacy: Searching for, locating, and evaluating sources (primary, secondary,
scholarly, peer-reviewed, etc.) in both print and digital formats–and why a large return of
search results is not necessarily better.
Research Assistance: Searching the research databases (ATLA, CPLI, FirstSearch);
evaluating results; navigating the serials collection; placing interlibrary loan requests;
Internet search resources.
When calling, please provide a detailed description of your research problem or scholarly interests.