Need research help, like tips on how to find & cite sources, choose a good topic, or use the library website? There are several ways that you can contact a Woodbury librarian to get help with these and other research needs.
Who is my subject specialist librarian?
|Walk-in help||Librarians are available to help you without appointment any time the library is open. You can find the librarian at the reference desk, located to your left after the circulation desk as you enter the library.|
|Chat with a librarian||Not in the library, and need help right away? You can get help from a librarian using our "Have a question?" online chat tool that appears to the right of this page, and on many other library webpages.|
|Email a librarian||You can send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your subject specialist librarian.|
|Make an appointment||Want to talk with a specific librarian? Now, you can book an appointment online!|
|Call us||Give us a call whenever the library is open at (818) 252-5201.|
|Research guides||Our research guides contain tips on doing research for each major and subject. They also contain FAQs on how to do general research in the library.|