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Key information to help Faculty, Academic and Support Service departments refer students for help with library research
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Quick Links for Research Help

 

Research Help

Our librarians are ready to assist our University Community with research 7 days a week. If you are on campus during library hours, stop by the reference desk. If you are not on campus, you can call us (see contact info at right).  Need help on the road or during off-hours? Use our AskUs Service to submit a question by email or text (917-652-6936) and we’ll deliver an answer in same format.

In addition to services at the Reference Desk, you can also set up a one-on-one consultation with a reference librarian who will advise you on effective research strategies.  Each of the subject specialist librarians -- in addition to an MLS or MLIS -- have subject masters and/or PhD in different disciplines. Consult a subject librarian for help in locating resources for your research paper, thesis, dissertation or professional research.

For group classes, stop by one of our research-oriented workshops, an educational-technology workshop or work with a librarian to create a workshop for your club, thesis support group, class, fraternity, team, or department.

 

Quick Contact Info

Queens Library
Main Phone: 718-990-6201
Circulation: 718-990-6850
Reference: 718-990-6727
Reserves: 718-990-6069

Staten Island Library
Main Phone: 718-390-4457
Reference: 718-390-4460
Reserves: 718-390-4359

Manhattan Library
Main Phone: 212-277-5135
Reserves: 212-227-5136 

 

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