Answered By: Laura Horgan
Last Updated: Dec 15, 2017     Views: 1231

There are many ways you can reach the library if you need help searching, finding materials or need to know our hours.  When the library is open you can come in and ask us a question or Chat with a librarian whenever you see the chat tool on the left hand side of our pages.  If you remain on the home page a box asking if you need help appears. You can, however, click on it at any tine and the chat box will immediately open.  Calling us on the telephone or Emailing a reference librarian are also good ways to get assistance when the library is opened,

If you are starting your research the library home page is a good place to start  From there you can search for articles by using the tab in the center panel or try looking at our subject guides, books, eBooks or some of our streaming media options.

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