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- course number and name;
- assignment due date;
- specific information that you need;
- where and how you have searched thus far; and
- what (if any) relevant information you have found.
March 19, 2020 update: While the physical SFU Libraries are temporarily closed due to COVID-19 measures, I'm happy to continue to support you in your research and respond to your collections questions remotely. Please feel free to contact me via email during this time. You may also leave a voicemail on my office phone, which I can respond to from my home office phone. Video conferencing is also an option in some cases.
Please note that our virtual reference service AskAway remains open, continuing with our usual extended evening and weekend hours.
You may also wish to check out our extensive research tutorials and subject research guides, including those for Business & Economics. And for a short list of the SFU Library's key online business/economics resources, check out my recent blog post: Our library is where YOU are — especially in these complicated times!
Having trouble deciding which database to search or how to use the Library's various research tools efficiently? Not sure where to start with your research or need help tracking down one specific item? I'm always willing to help.
Send me an email with some dates and times that might work for you and I'll let you know where I expect to be at that time. Alternatively, send me the details about your research question (as described below), and we may be able to work on the issue via email.
Please be sure to include as many of the following details as possible/applicable in any research question emails:
Although I try to answer all questions within a couple business days, I can't always promise a fast response time. If you have a tight deadline, you should use the SFU Library's chat, email, phone, and in-person Ask a Librarian services: http://www.lib.sfu.ca/help/ask-us/