Frustrated? No question is too big or too small. If you ever hit a roadblock, or don’t know where to start, we can help!
Research Help is a service to help you with your assignment and/or research questions. We can help you with any of the following:
- navigating the library,
- searching our catalogue and databases to find books, journals and other materials,
- identifying the best sources,
- constructing or refining your search strategy, and
- helping you with citing your work
Need help right now?
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Call (519) 661-3167
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Need in depth help?
Successful research often begins with guidance from a professional librarian. Librarians ensure you are asking the right questions, searching the right resources, and employing the right search strategies to approach your research with confidence.
You should already have a research topic for which you need assistance. During the consultation, you and the librarian will discuss your research needs in-depth. The librarian can advise you on choosing appropriate research resources, crafting a relevant search strategy, using advanced searching techniques and scholarly publishing.
Click here to determine your subject librarian, and to book an appointment.