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Get Help with Your Research!
Collins Library offers several ways to get research help, depending on your needs.
- Schedule a virtual research consultation with a Collins liaison librarian.
You can find the liaison librarian for your course or subject area on the library research guides.
Best for: In-depth, customized assistance with any stage of the research process.
- Work with a Peer Research Advisor.
The peer research advisors offer both virtual drop-in hours and virtual consultations by appointment during the fall and spring semesters.
Best for: students in the Seminars in Scholarly Inquiry and other introductory courses.
- Consult the online research and course guides and/or the Remote Library Services and Resources guide.
Best for: course- or subject-specific suggestions for research resources and strategies.
- Contact the Ask a Librarian 24/7 chat service.
Staffed with library professionals from around the country, this service provides basic support and assistance.
Collins librarians follow up with students to make sure their research needs are fully addressed.
Best for: Brief or general questions that need a quick response or are at hours when Collins librarians are not available.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org for help with the digital offerings of Archives & Special Collections at Collins Library.
- Not sure who to contact? Email email@example.com and your query will be directed to the most appropriate library staff member for a response.