• 10 Ways the Library Can Help You at the University of Guelph

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    10 ways the library can help you at the University of Guelph
    One. We have millions of books and online resources
    So say you’re searching for Pavlov and don’t
    know what the deal is with those dogs. So
    where do you get started?
    Visit our webpage and search the library and
    discover books, articles and so much more!
    Need to check out a book? Your student card is
    your library card
    Don’t forget you can connect Google Scholar
    the library. (We have a short video to help)
    And remember...you can access most resources
    from off-campus. The library is here for you
    Get expert help
    Have a huge paper to write or a lab report
    due next week? Not sure where to start or if
    you’re on the right track?
    Our Learning Commons experts are awesome
    and their services are free!
    We also hold tons of free workshops & events.
    Drop by or schedule an appointment online.
    Three: Ask questions
    Not sure where to get started or what Peer
    Review means? You can chat with us online or
    in person.
    Four. Course reserves
    Some Profs reserve print + electronic resources
    for you at the Library.
    Five. Study Spaces
    We’ve got quiet floors, group study floors and
    group study rooms that you can use for free.
    Bonus - you can eat here, just clean up your
    Six. U of G Course Guides
    Have an assignment and not sure where to
    get started? Check out our customized U of
    G Course Guides. From BIOL 1040 to Citing in
    APA style. There’s a guide for everything
    Seven: How-To Videos
    We have a ton of short, helpful how-to
    videos! Subscribe to our YouTube channel.
    Eight: Science Commons
    The 3rd floor Science Commons offers drop in
    help for math, stats, physics, chemistry and
    computing and information science.
    Nine: Tech Support
    Visit the IT Help Desk on the 1st floor for tech
    related questions. You can also print, scan
    and photocopy at the Library.
    Ten: English as an Additional Language and
    Accessibility Services
    If you are registered with Student Accessibility
    Services or if English isn’t your first language
    we have dedicated services for you.
    For the latest updates and information, visit
    our website and connect with us on social
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