Not sure what kind of help you can seek? Here's a sample of questions asked last year.
AOL / Yahoo / MSN users can IM a librarian at mcpvlibrary. Ask for assistance through IM chat. You can also simply use the chat box above. Most questions can be answered in 3-5 minutes. However, requests during exceptionally busy times may be delayed. This service is available M-F from 10am-4pm or whenever the chatbox above indicates a librarian is online.
On campus, you are encouraged to come to the Reference Desk when you need research assistance or help locating materials. Our friendly and knowledgeable librarians are happy to assist during the library's normal business hours
Call the library at (310) 303-7260 for answers to general or factual questions. Most general questions are answered in 3 to 5 minutes. However, calls during exceptionally busy times may be delayed. Extended research questions will require a visit to the library in person.
Email questions to the librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org. Generally, a librarian will try to respond to you within two business days, but response time may vary. Questions received during the weekend will be treated as received on Monday. No questions will be answered during hours or days that the library is closed.
Text message your questions or noise complaints to (424) 241-2489. A librarian will respond to you as soon as possible, or during the next business day. No questions will be answered during hours or days that the library is closed.
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