I'm happy to support you with your research. The best way to contact me is via email. You may also leave a voicemail on my office phone - I am retrieving voice messages remotely.
One-on-one research consultations are available by email, as well as Zoom, Skype, phone, and in-person.
For additional research help, our virtual reference service AskAway is open, often with extended evening and weekend hours.
If you are contacting me about a research question, it can be helpful if you include some background detail, such as:
- specific course or program (if applicable),
- research/assignment deadlines,
- what sources you have searched so far (for example: Google Scholar, the library catalogue, specific databases/websites, nothing yet, etc..),
- what kind of information you are hoping to find
No need to provide the above information in extensive detail (unless you wish): a few point-form notes is often enough to get us started.
Please note I aim to respond to emails within one working day. If you require a faster response, or my out-of-office message indicates I am temporarily away from the library, please get in touch with our general research help services.