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Research

Students and faculty are welcome to drop in with research questions or set up an in-depth research appointment with a librarian. For self-directed research, you may consult online guides and research tools produced by our librarians to help you use library resources effectively.

Library Instruction, Workshops & Tours

Librarians are available to provide students with introductory orientations to the library as well as workshops to teach information literacy skills such as:

  • searching library catalogues
  • searching subject specific journal indexes
  • searching the web efficiently
  • evaluating a variety of information resources
  • finding statistics and data sources
  • citing sources and using citation styles

Course-specific library instruction, including custom research guides, is also offered.

For further information or to book a library workshop, please contact:

  • Humanities and social sciences – Courtney Lundrigan, Instructional and Reader Services Librarian: 416-978-2522 ext. 85216 or courtney.lundrigan@utoronto.ca
  • Theology – TBA

Related Link: U of T Faculty liaison librarians