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Where to find research help
There are a variety of ways to get help with your research online. Reach out for individual help, or review the online guides.
Ask a Librarian Chat
Ask a Librarian is an online service that connects students, faculty and researchers from participating institutions with real-time research assistance.
Got a question? Chat with us in real time! If you’re working at home or off-campus, open a chat session with a librarian.
Book a Librarian Research Appointment
Librarians and Library staff are available to provide one-on-one assistance for research help. All appointments are conducted virtually through Zoom or Google Meets.
Research Help Guide
An online tutorial to help you become familiar with the research process and the collections and services available at Toronto Metropolitan University Library.
Student Life and Learning Support Writing help
The Writing and Language Support team can help you develop your academic writing skills and your approach to the writing process through meaningful conversations about your writing in individual appointments, workshops, and writing groups. If you are a multilingual student and want to improve your English language skills, you can participate in individual and group sessions and access classroom instruction to help improve your writing, speaking and listening, oral presentation, and reading skills.