Drop-in research help is available in person at all of our libraries during reference hours for York students, staff and faculty.
Explore the links to each library or unit’s Contact/Ask A Question page below to learn more about this service.
See Ask & Services for how to get research help via IM chat, telephone, or e-mail.
|Library||Where to get research help?||Research help on what subjects?|
|Scott Library||Drop-in help is available on the second floor of Scott Library.||Social sciences, humanities, fine arts, environmental studies, education|
|Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections||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, nursing and kinesiology, physics, astronomy and space science.|