NYU Students: Need Help Getting Started with Research for a Paper?

Bobst Library is providing one-on-one research assistance for NYU students who want help locating library materials relevant to their topic. Students are invited to make an appointment with a librarian who will assist you in developing an individualized research strategy for your topic.

HOW DO I MAKE AN APPOINTMENT:
Complete the online registration form at http://library.nyu.edu/research/termpaper.html
There is no telephone or in-person registration.

WHEN ARE THE CLINICS BEING HELD?
Monday through Thursday, March 26 – April 5, 2007. The specific times are indicated on the registration form. Appointments last about 25 minutes.

WHO ARE THE RESEARCH CLINICS FOR?
Any NYU student (except Law, Medical and Dental School students) is welcome to sign up.

Please note that this service does not include writing assistance.
Contact NYU’s Writing Center at 212-998-8866 or
http://www.nyu.edu/cas/ewp/html/writing_center.html for details about writing support.

NEED RESEARCH HELP AT OTHER TIMES?
Visit a Reference Center in Bobst Library seven days a week throughout the academic year and ask the librarian on duty for help.
Humanities & Social Sciences – 1st floor
Business, Public Policy and Documents – 6th floor
Science – 9th floor

ONLINE HELP
Email or instant message Ask-A-Librarian when you need basic research guidance.
http://library.nyu.edu/ask/

NYU Libraries website: http://library.nyu.edu/

–Paula Feid
Undergraduate Librarian

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