York University Libraries offers you bookable consultations with librarians.
In light of COVID-19 currently these are only available online (via Zoom).
Examples of how a consultation with a librarian can help you include:
- Refining research topics and developing research strategies
- Use the best search tools and databases for your assignments or research projects
- Evaluating information sources for research projects
- Conducting research for theses, dissertations or major papers
- Conducting research for literature reviews
- Finding geospatial information, maps or data and statistics
Proceed to booking by selecting:
- A virtual research consultation with a subject/disciplinary librarian
- A virtual consultation with one of our Data Services Librarians
Includes help finding datasets for your assignment, research project, thesis, or dissertation including help with geospatial data and special expertise in Canadian, foreign national and international government aggregated data and microdata
Please note that:
- Consultation appointments may be made up to 60 minutes in duration.
- Graduate students or faculty can book with a librarian up to three weeks ahead of the date of requesting assistance.
- The librarian you contact may refer you to another unit or individual for assistance depending on the nature of the request and the expertise required.
Note that by requesting a service, you are consenting that York University Libraries can use your personal information to respond to your query.