Encourage your students to contact us for assignment-specific research support. We work with individual students or small groups working on a team project.
Why suggest your students work with a research librarian?
- Get advice on the best bodies of literature and journal collections for their research question
- Feel more confident that they have done a thorough search
- Get help troubleshooting any research-related question or problem
- Connect with a friendly colleague who loves what they do (and can save them time!)
How to connect with the Gutman research librarians:
- Use our Ask Us form. We're available Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm EST.
- Schedule a virtual appointment with a research librarian
- Check our online research guides targeted to program areas
Writing Center & Communications Lab TFs
Refer your students to contact us for assignment-specific writing and oral communication support.
Why suggest your students work with a writing TF?
- Define a research question
- Organize the content of your paper
- Receive citation and referencing resource recommendations
Why suggest your students work with a CommLab TF?
- Practice oral presentations
- Storyboard and develop a slide presentation
- Create an “elevator pitch”
- Organize and develop a conference poster
- Assistance with other mixed-media communication
How to connect with the HGSE Writing and CommLab TFs:
- Schedule a virtual appointment with a Writing Center TF
- Schedule a virtual appointment with a Communications Lab TF
Visit the HGSE Writing Center and CommLab website for more resources.
Scholarly communications support
We can help at each stage of sharing or publishing your work, whether in professional or scholarly communities.
- get started on a digital project - developing a clear approach and finding resources available to you
- discuss how to increase the visibility of your work, measure its impact, and find collaborators
- learn best practices for organizing, preserving, and making your research data accessible
- find copyright-free images, videos, and multimedia content for your project, paper, presentation, capstone, or dissertation
- understand your copyrights as an author, teacher, learner, and researcher
- identify publications or conference venues to share your work
- learn about the peer review publishing and editorial process
- be connected to other campus resources such as visualization and data analysis services
How to connect with the Gutman Digital Scholarship and Scholarly Communications Librarians: