Looking for articles, books, or other scholarly sources to include in your final research paper or project? Wondering how to access that New York Times article from the early 1900s? Conducting market research or searching for industry information? Looking for a book or film to enjoy in your free time?
The next time you’re navigating TU Libraries’ resources, remember that a librarian is available to assist you. Visit the TU Libraries website and look for the Ask/Help link on the upper right side for the Ask a Librarian service. From the tabs, select a method of help including:
- Chat in real-time with a librarian. Librarians are available Monday-Friday 9-5 to help with your research needs and library-related questions. Also, look for the TU Librarians chat box in databases such as Academic Search Premier and Proquest Newsstand.
- Help Yourself by searching our frequently asked questions. Find quick answers on tasks like renewing books, finding the full-text of journal articles, and locating information on equipment such as scanners and copiers in the library.
- Email us if you can’t find the answer or if you have an in-depth research question. Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us using our form. During the week most email questions are answered within 24 hours.
- Text your question to 267-415-8925 and we'll respond via text.
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