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Ask A Librarian
Need help finding articles for a project? Can't find the statistics you need for your report? Do you need the latest books on your topic? Ask a Librarian. Here are some additional ways we can help you:
Help create a research problem statement
Identify related terms and concepts
Develop effective search strategies
Identify appropriate tools and resources to explore the research problem
Efficiently and effectively use research tools
Evaluate potential resources
Define the type of information needed to address the research problem
- Locate data or appropriate information needed
You can contact us by one of the following ways:
- By Appointment - Schedule an appointment to discuss your project with your subject librarian. These consultations can be brief (15 minutes or less) or lengthy (up to an hour). Consultations give you the chance to work one-on-one with a librarian to find, understand, and cite the best sources for your project. Currently these appointments can be held via Zoom.
- By Email - Contact us using the Ask a Question form or email your subject librarian.
- By Phone - Call the Research Station at 210-436-3508.
You can schedule a research appointments with a librarian by following the links below.
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