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SSI1-119: Einstein and Everything: Home

So Many Ways to Get Help!

There are several ways to get help with your research! Here are a few: 

Ask a Puget Sound Librarian: E-mail for reference assistance from a subject liaison librarian. Puget Sound librarians work closely with faculty and can provide personalized assistance on your research. Depending on your question, we might resolve it by email, or suggest setting up an in-person appointment, so that we can work in-depth together.

Best for: Any question, but especially in-depth research questions.

Just drop by! There are librarians available on-call at Collins Library every weekday, typically from 9am-6pm. Check the library website to see who is available at which hours each week. 

Best for: Getting quick help during the weekday. 

Ask a Librarian 24/7 service: Anytime, anywhere! This instant messaging reference service lets you chat with a librarian no matter what time it is. Puget Sound librarians can email you to follow up if you leave your email address.

Best for: Questions that can't wait but come up when the library is closed; citation questions; tracking down books and articles. 


SSI1 Research @ Collins Library

SSI1 119 | Einstein & Everything

What types of resources will you be using for your work in SSI1? How can we evaluate different types of sources to determine whether they are appropriate for use? 

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Liaison Librarian

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Peggy Burge
Collins Library 119