Getting Help With Those Last Minute Projects and Papers
The end of every semester always brings a mountain of work that seems almost impossible to finish before winter break. Although you are the only one who can ultimately finish this overwhelming amount of work, librarians can help you along the way. Librarians can save you from unnecessary headaches and also save you time!
It is very likely that you will have at least one research paper due at the end of the semester. Stop by the reference desk for research assistance! Whether you’re just starting out or are stuck in a research rut, the librarians at the reference desk are waiting for your questions. Reference librarians have extensive knowledge on the many resources available and they can point you to the best resources on your topic.
If you can’t physically come to the library, librarians can still help!
Call the reference desk at 442-3691 or use our IM chat service. It is also possible to text us from your phone with our IM chat service, so you don’t even need to be at a computer! Simply dial 265010 and start the text with ualibraries: (don't forget the colon).
You can also email us a question and a librarian will email you back in a timely manner.
If you need research assistance on a certain topic, you can schedule an appointment with one of our bibliographers. Our bibliographers at the library are subject specialists who can provide you with even more resources on your topic. The subject specialists at Dewey are:
Social Welfare & Gerontology: Elaine Lasda Bergman: 442-3695, email@example.com
Information Studies: Deborah Bernnard: 442-3699, firstname.lastname@example.org
Criminal Justice: Mary Jane Brustman: 442-3540, email@example.com
The end of the semester is crazy but librarians are here to help! Use any of our services and you’ll be on your way to a less-stressful and more manageable final few weeks.
Blog post created by Katie Farrell