Ask a Librarian & Research Help
Visit the Learning Commons Information Desk during these hours for quick questions or a referral to your subject liaison. Example questions: Why am I having difficulty printing? Where is my class's course page?
Ask for the On-Call Librarian during Reference Hours for more involved questions. Example questions: What search terms should I use to find information on my topic? How do I know if an article is scholarly?
Make an appointment with your subject liaison librarian for in-depth research. Example questions: How can I get started with my thesis research or term paper? What was that tool you showed us in class?
Have a general question or aren't sure who to contact? Use our online form to send in a question and we'll get back to you within one business day.
Have a specific question? Email your subject liaison librarian to set an appointment or email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask about login problems or technical issues with our resources.
Instant help in your browser (no plugins or downloads) from librarians across the country. Try this when you need immediate help and none of the Puget Sound librarians are available. We'll follow up if you need more help. Example questions: It’s 3 am, and my topic has changed—how should I search for the new one? How do I find this book in the library’s catalog? How do I renew a book?
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