It’s getting to be midterms time, which means you’re probably feeling pretty busy these days. Maybe you’re working on a research paper, but you still haven’t found enough sources to support your thesis. Or maybe you’re searching for articles in one of the library’s databases, but your searches are coming up short. Regardless of your research problem, we can help. While you can always talk to a librarian at the UGL’s research desk or online via Ask a Librarian, if you think you need a more in-depth research consultation, visit us at Office Hours!
Office Hours is a drop-in service created with the busy student in mind. At each Office Hours session, you will have the opportunity to get one-on-one research help from one of the UGL’s expert researchers (librarians and graduate assistants). And, during Office Hours at the UGL on Mondays, you can also meet with someone from the Writer’s Workshop to get quick answers to writing questions.
So, drop on by to get help developing a research topic, finding credible information, creating a bibliography, or solving any research/writing problems you might have.
Office Hours Spring Schedule*
February 20th – April 24th
Mondays, 2-4PM, Room 291, Undergraduate Library
Tuesdays, 7-9PM, Ikenberry Commons (aka “the Ike”), Room 1010, First Floor Learning Commons
*Librarian’s Office Hours are also available for student athletes on Wednesday evenings from 7-9 in the Irwin Academic Center, March 14 – April 25.
Who wouldn’t want to meet with these research Olympians?