Personal Research Appointments

Heather Ervin
Linda Fairtile
Kyle Jenkins
Lynda Kachurek
Carrie Ludovico
Jeannine Keefer
Marcia Whitehead
Carol Wittig

In a personal research session (in-person or via email), a reference librarian can help you:

  • Find relevant keywords to use as search terms
  • Clarify which resources will work best for your topic
  • Find books, databases, or articles on your topic
  • Learn the latest tricks for more efficient searching in library databases and the Web
  • Evaluate the resources you find to choose the most relevant sources for your research needs

Use the form below to request a personal research session with a librarian, or click the photos above to learn more about each librarian.

Please note that sessions are available for current University of Richmond students, faculty, and staff. To ensure that we can meet your request, please be sure to plan ahead and schedule an appointment in advance of your deadline.

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The following questions will help us better prepare for your session.

Which discipline group best fits your topic or project?

Arts/Humanities Business Science Music
Social Sciences Other

Check any of the following things you have done so far for this topic:
Searched for Books
Searched for Journal Articles
Searched the Web
Asked a Librarian
Requested an Item Through Interlibrary Loan