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Getting Help During Desk Closure
Please wear a mask when in the library and getting assistance at help desks per state mandates. You can still get help from the librarian by scheduling an appointment from this guide. To maintain social distancing, all appointments will be conducted via ZOOM rather than in person. Thank you!
Hours: M-Th: 8am-9pm;
F: 8am-6pm; Sat:10am-6pm
To begin, use some of the Background reference sources (encyclopedias, handbooks, guides, etc.) to you find ideas for your paper, sources to use for your research, and other background information. Also have a look at guides specific to the subject of your research under the Related Guides tab.
Then search for books, articles, images, etc. using the indexes and databases listed in this guide.
Get help with your research from the Humanities Reference staff on level 5 of the library. You can visit them in the Lee Library, or contact them via email, telephone, or instant message.