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New Caspersen Student Orientation : Getting help

Welcome guide

Need help?

Ask us! See the options below for ways to get help from the Library.

Librarians are available for help in finding resources, selecting reliable sources of information, and assisting with organizing and formatting your citations.

Virtual Research Help: Contact us through reference@drew.edu to set up an appointment for one-on-one help via ZOOM or go to the WConline link to make an appointment with a Librarian. Still got questions? Email us

Library FAQ's: Go to the link provided to find a list of the most common Library questions & their answers. 

Online CHAT: Contact the Library using the CHAT box available on any Library webpage and in Moodle. CHAT hours vary during the semester.

Library FAQ's

Call or Email

Meet via Zoom or WConline

Chat

Go HERE for a comprehensive list of FAQ's.

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Research Help Desk

973-408-3588

 

email: reference@drew.edu

 

Make an appointment to get help from a Librarian in person or via Zoom. Send an email to reference@drew.edu to schedule.

 

OR go to WConline, select "Research Help," and find a convenient time to meet with a librarian over Zoom.

Use the chat message box in this LibGuide or on any page in the Library website--it's even in Moodle. If CHAT is not available, email reference@drew.edu.

Research Help Hours:

 

 

9:00AM- 5:00PM, Monday-Friday

 

 


 

More help...

Drew University's Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) supports students taking undergraduate and graduate-level courses. Writing Support Specialists at the CAE help students at all stages of the writing process, whether it is brainstorming a topic, structuring or revising an essay.

The Center for Academic Excellence, located on the main floor of the main Library.

Contact the CAE Writing Support for an appointment, and/or see their LibGuide to learn what resources the CWE offers.

Questions? Need Help? Email reference@drew.edu

Drew University Library, http://www.drew.edu/library