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A library lab is research consultation, an opportunity for a student or a small group of students to meet with a librarian and discuss an academic research project. Soon after you submit a lab request, a librarian will contact you to set up a day and time to meet. During this meeting, the librarian will teach you useful research skills and strategies, such as how to identify and use relevant print and electronic resources. Whenever you have a challenging research question or problem, that’s the time to request a library lab.
Complete the form below to request video and sound recordings you wish to place on reserve. Select the format and whether the recording should be on reserve at the Burling Library Circulation Desk or the AV Center in ARH. The default location is the library Circulation Desk. Complete one form for each course. Please allow at least one business day for items in the collections to be placed on reserve. Since there is usually a sizable backlog of requests at the beginning of each semester, priority will be based on date of receipt and earliest dates needed.
We're sorry that no one is currently available to answer your question via IM. Please ask questions using the form below or by e-mailing [query], and a librarian will get back to you as soon as possible.
Can't find a book on the shelf in the library? You can always ask at the circulation desk or the reference desk, but you can also fill out this form to request that library staff search for the missing book for you. When the book is found, someone from the library will e-mail you to let you know.
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