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Librarians help you improve your research skills and give recommendations to help you through research hurdles. (They don't do the research for you!)
Chat, Text, and Email
Ask us for help via the chat box below (there's one on the library homepage too).
When we're not online, you can:
All campus libraries have a service desk with librarians on hand who can answer walk-in research questions. No appointment needed.
Reference & Subject Librarians are available to meet with you at all campuses.
Use our directory to find the librarian most relevant to your research needs. Call or email them to request an appointment.
Help on the Web (created by GSU Librarians)
We have hundreds of research guides like this one -- they cover academic subjects, special topics, library services and all kinds of other info you may need to know.
GSU Libraries YouTube
We've got YouTube tutorials to show you how to navigate the library's resources and improve your research skills.
Help & Answers FAQ
Find answers to frequently asked questions at GSU Library.
Pro Tip: Shout out to the Tutors!
Our fine friends in the Learning and Tutoring Centers can help you refine your research question, organize your paper, and format citations.
Librarians specialize in research skills and connecting you with resources.