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Remote Library Resources for Faculty and Students

Remote access to innovative resources and expertise.

Get it done! General Education consultations

Spring 2020 drop-in research help for General Education courses

Especially helpful for those in General Education courses, including ENGL101 and COMM107.

Virtual Drop-in hours are on Thursdays from 11am-12pm. (via Zoom)

Can't make it to the walk-in hours? Want to schedule a virtual meeting?

  • Contact our team at to schedule an appointment. We look forward to working with you!

Subject specialist consultations

How can your librarian remotely help you? 

  • Provide one-on-one research assistance online or over the phone
  • Provide your students with information literacy skills and research tools including synchronous online learning sessions or asynchronous tutorials, screencasts, or course guides 
  • Answer your questions about publishing, copyright issues, and preserving digital works online or over the phone
  • Purchase materials (including data) for the University Libraries that facilitate research and instruction
  • Help identify gaps in the literature when you're planning a research project

Visit our Subject Specialists Directory to book a virtual or over-the-phone consultation.

Statistical consultations

Can statistical consulting services help me virtually?

Yes! They can answer your statistics and analysis questions through:

  • online consultation using Google Meet 
  • Email:
  • We currently specialize in SASSPSSR, and can also provide support on Survey Design and Analysis.
  • We do NOT tutor on statistical classes or homework. 

Visit the Research Commons website to book a virtual appointment.

Media production consultations

Can media production services help me virtually? 

Yes! They can answer your media production questions on Adobe Suite, storyboarding, and more via Google Meet and email.

Contact Lealin Queen,, Media Lab coordinator, to get started.