7 Ways the Library Can Support Your Research

As research activity resumes on campus, the Library is ready to help! Here are 7 ways the Library can support your research:

1. Subject Librarians

Did you know that almost every subject has a designated librarian? Subject librarians are available for remote one-one one consultations to help with your research projects.

2. Electronic Resources

We’re doing everything we can to make sure you have the materials you need. Search for electronic resources like ejournals, databases, and ebooks and media.

3. Physical Collections

No contact? No problem! We can pull library material and make them available for pick-up. We can also scan and email journal articles and chapters (fine print = subject to copyright restrictions).

4. Center for Scholarly Communications (CSC)

The CSC provides one-on-one consultations about all aspects of scholarly communication, including writing support for journal articles, grant proposals, theses, dissertations, and conference presentations as well as copyright, open access, and author rights.

5. Copyright

Do you have a question about copyright or open access? Please reach out to Marjorie our Copyright, Scholarly Communications, and Research Data Management Librarian.

6. Workshops

Check out our online workshops! If you don’t see one that you are looking for contact us and we will try to run one that meets your needs.

7. Lean Library

Try the new Library Access browser extension. Search the Internet and the Library Access extension will let you know when you’re on a website that the library has access to. With the Library’s new browser extension you can search the web and get direct access to scholarly information from the library’s collection. Install it today!