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As we welcome you back from winter break, we also welcome your questions about library services and resources. Below are some important library links to help you start the semester off on the right track:
- Research Tips is an online tutorial that guides you through the research process from start to finish. Learn how to find books and journals, locate full-text articles, evaluate web sites, and more!
- Course Reserves will help you locate the library item(s) that your instructor has placed on reserve for your course.
- Student FAQs will help you find the answers to many common questions such as “Does the library have a copy of my textbook?” and “Can I print from my laptop?”. For answers to even more questions, try Help A-Z.
Still looking for answers? Ask a librarian! We’re available via email, instant message chat, phone, text and in-person. We look forward to working with you and helping you with all of your library service and research needs.
Best wishes for a productive spring semester!
As you begin to settle in for the new semester, we thought this would be the perfect opportunity to share information about resources and services available to you as a UB student. Here is our top ten list of “must knows” about the UB Libraries:
The Research Tips site is an online guide designed to help you perform research in the University at Buffalo Libraries. This guide will help you understand basic research skills including:
- selecting a topic
- locating books and periodicals
- locating full-text articles
- evaluating resources
- citing sources
This guide is designed to help you with the research process from start to finish, but if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask a librarian. Contact us via email, chat, phone, text or in-person. We look forward to working with you!