Research Help: Drop in or book an appointment at Research Help, located on the main floor of the Library. Get help finding academic resources including print publications, books, articles, ejournals and more.
iDesk: Ask for information and technology assistance at the iDesk located on the main floor of the Library in the Ronald D. Besse Information and Learning Commons.
Come here to succeed. The Library is here to help you thrive academically. Whether you want to improve your research skills, access academic resources, or acquire new knowledge, we have services and resources to help you.
Subject-specific Librarians: Learn about Library resources specific to your program. Subject Librarians provide research skills instruction and guidance on appropriate academic publications and resources.
Subject Research Guides: Explore research guides that include access to databases, books, ejournals and articles specific to your area of study.
Research Help Guide: Visit our online step-by-step guide to developing and organizing your research plan for academic essays.
Come to a place with something for everyone. The Library is a place where you can find a quiet space or group study room, receive accessibility assistance for course materials, and access required textbooks.
Quiet and Group Study: Book group study rooms to collaborate on projects or find study space. The Library has areas dedicated to group, quiet and silent study.
Accessibility: Our accessibility services provide course readings, textbooks, PowerPoint presentations, class handouts, into accessible formats including readable PDFs, Word, Mp4s and Braille.
Textbooks on Reserve: The Library provides access to required textbooks. Visit the Borrowing and Lending Services Desk (main floor) to request a 2-hour textbook loan.
Come start a project. From hands-on workshops that explore emerging technology like 3D printing and VR, to one-on-one tutorials on data visualization and programming, the Library offers experiential learning opportunities and access to new tech.