Librarian research help
The library offers a range of services designed to assist faculty with their research questions.
- This includes a range of reference services:
- In-person research help services at the research or reference desks in Scott, Steacie Science & Engineering, Bronfman Business, Frost and Osgoode Law Libraries during Reference hours.
Research Services Tailored to Faculty
In addition to reference services, faculty should be aware of some specific services available to help them with the kinds of specialized or advanced research queries they are likely to have as follows:
- A liaison librarian works with an academic unit (e.g., a department or faculty) to ensure that the library-related needs (around research, teaching, and collections) of the unit’s faculty members and graduate students are addressed. Units differ in their cultures and traditions, so the details of a library liaison relationship will vary, but the bottom line is that you can contact your liaison librarian with any library-related question or concern.
- Subject librarians are available by appointment to assist graduate students with their research