The Library would be happy to provide you with a one-on-one orientation. This can be done when you are a new student, when you get assigned your first research project, or just any time you need help. We can meet in-person in the library, or the orientation can be done virtually with screen sharing. I am flexible with times and can accommodate your busy schedule with an appointment in the evening or on the weekend. For an appointment please contact:
If you need an article or book (though not textbooks) that the library does not have access to, you can request the title free-of-charge through interlibrary loan (ILL). The request form for an ILL is located on the Interlibrary Loan Request page of the library website; there is also a link to it on the left hand navigation of the library homepage.
It can be overwhelming to start a new research project or navigate your way through the library's collection of resources. But don't panic, as the library offers one-on-one or group research assistance. This can be done in person in the library, over the phone, and through a computer--or a combination of those options. Help topics include:
CHHS Liaison: Jason Fetty