Reference services are available in person at all of our libraries during reference hours. We can help York students, staff and faculty with finding books, articles and other resources needed for your research.
See Ask a Question for how to get research help via IM chat, telephone, or e-mail.
Where to get research help?
Research help on what subjects?
|Scott Library||By appointment: book a 30-minute appointment with a librarian. Quick drop-in help is available in the Learning Commons, on the second floor of Scott Library.||Social sciences, humanities, fine arts, environmental studies, education|
|In Archives and Special Collections, Room 305 (third floor), Scott Library)||Archival records focusing particularly on Canadian women, Canadian writers, social reform movements, and the fine arts in Canada (notably dance, film, theatre). Rare books, Canadiana, and the Canadian Pamphlet Collection.|
|Peter F. Bronfman Business Library||At the reference desk, in the library on the second floor of the Seymour Schulich Building.||Business|
|Bibliotheque Frost Library||At the reference desk, on the first floor of the Frost Library, Glendon campus.||Everything on the Glendon campus, with bilingual services. Social sciences and humanities / sciences sociales et lettres|
|Osgoode Hall Law School Library||Ignat Kaneff Building, 92 Scholars Walk||Law|
|Map Library||At the Service Desk in the Map Library, on the first floor of Scott Library.||Cartographic information, maps, and atlases. Geography|
|Sound and Moving Image Library||At the desk in SMIL, on the first floor of Scott Library.||Music, film and video|
|Steacie Science and Engineering Library||At the reference desk, in the Steacie Library.||Sciences: biology, chemistry, computer science, Earth sciences, mathematics and statistics, medicine and kinesiology, physics, astronomy and space science.|