Reference services are Parlett L Moore Library are geared to:
Research Consultations offer patrons a one-on-one forum to discuss their individual
A research consultation is a meeting between you and a librarian that is geared towards helping you complete assignments that may require outside sources. We can help you discover a topic or narrow down your ideas into a topic that can be used in a research assignment. If you are having trouble finding specific articles that match your topic, we can help you with navigating our online databases. If you’ve hit a dead end in your research assignment and would like some one-on-one support to ease your frustrations, then sign up for an APPOINTMENT online, call, or stop by the research desk in the library. A librarian or a peer research assistant are also available to CHAT you online and answer questions through email, so don’t hesitate to utilize these resources available to you!
Faculty can request a Reference Librarian to work with their courses with varying degrees of involvement.
FACULTY request library instruction for your course(s) here.
For additional information, please view 'ILLiad FAQs' (click here).
Ask-A-Librarian your ready reference question here. Do you need the date of a major world event or the correct name of that building you just cannot place? If so, use this link.
Ask-A-Librarian your in-depth research questions here. We can determine if you need an actual research consultation or if we can meet your needs through other means.
Use the resources found through the Quick Links to the left if you need to know what Moore Library carries on a specific topic. If you require a reference consultation, please use the link above.