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Sciences and Technology Libraries: Consult a Librarian

The Sciences & Technology Libraries serve the Faculty of Science, the Price Faculty of Engineering, the Faculty of Agricultural & Food Sciences, and the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, & Resources

Consult a Librarian

Our librarians are subject specialists who have extensive knowledge of the resources available in various disciplines.  They can provide advanced research consultations to individuals, as well as give in-class tutorials that are tailored to a specific subject, course or assignment.  Click on the button next to a librarian's name in the left column to see their schedule and book an appointment. Librarians can help you:

  • Develop research strategies
  • Effectively use information resources, databases and tools
  • Cite and manage your references using citation management tools (eg. EndNote, Mendeley, Zotero)
  • Manage your data
  • Make your research discoverable using ORCIDs
  • Track your research impact using various metrics
  • Stay current in your field
  • ...more services

 

Other Ways to Get Help

  • The Frequently Asked Questions page is helpful for getting quick answers to common questions
  • The Learning at the Library link offers helpful research tips for students.
  • The staff at any Library Service Desk can provide search tips and guide you through our many resources and services.
  • Use Library Search to find a variety of material in our collections.  It is a good place to do a broad, initial search on any topic.
  • If you are using  Library Search, you can initiate an online chat with library staff by clicking on the Ask Us icon. 
  • The Subject Guides provide key resources and tools to help you focus your search within a specific subject area.
  • There are over 600 Library Databases that can also be used for in-depth research.