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Catholic Studies: Librarian

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Alex Snukal
Meeting with me during the COVID-19 shutdown

I am currently working from home but remain available for any library related questions you might have. I am online between 9:30am and 5:30pm, Monday to Friday, with a break from 12 to 1pm. I can be reached by email or through the library's chat service.

I'm also available for online interactive research help using the Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or WebEx. No question is too small and I'm happy to help. You can email me or use the libraries' appointment booking service to make an appointment.

112 Elizabeth Dafoe Library
Fr. H. Drake Library (St. Paul's College)
(204) 474-6593

Meeting with me:

  • Schedule an appointment with me in advance by clicking the "Schedule Appointment" button in my profile
  • Drop in during my office hours at Fr. H. Drake Library at St. Paul's College (my hours are in listed in my profile)
  • Chat with me if I'm currently online.
  • Email me to make alternative arrangements, such as video conferencing (using the Zoom service).