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Library Appointments

Library One-on-One Appointments

Need more personal support for your research assignments? Book a one-on-one appointment with our staff.

Library Appointments

Book an Appointment

Students: The Library provides research support in the form of advice or assistance regarding search strategy, finding resources and basic citation support. Please have a copy of your assignment or research notes with you to share with the reference staff.

Faculty: Curate resources for existing Brightspace courses and create durable links to online library subscribed content.

To book a Copyright appointment: please send an email to

Looking for OER Support? Email Lindsey Schulz to book an appointment and learn how to use Open Educational Resources (OER) to find, share and adapt material for your courses.

Note: If there are no available time slots listed, contact us and we will try to arrange a time to meet with you.

To book an appointment for help with grammar, thesis development, formatting a paper or self-editing techniques, please consider making an appointment with a Writing Coach.

On-campus: Book a One-on-One Appointment

Click the button below to book an on-campus appointment with a library staff member.

  • An appointment location will be sent to your email.
  • Appointments are held at the Ottawa Campus.

Online: Book a One-on-One Appointment

Click the button below to book an online appointment with a Library staff member.

  • Sessions are offered via zoom.
  • A link will be sent to your email.


  • Research GuideA guide to help you with every stage of the writing process.
  • Citation GuideAvoid plagiarism by learning the basics about academic integrity and citation.
  • Subject GuidesCollections of resources we've compiled for each program.
  • Databases A-ZOnline collections of resources such as articles, eBooks, videos, journals, reports, case law, and more.
  • Page 1+Our central search tool. It searches across most of our digital resource collections.
  • Ask the LibraryYou can get help from the Library online. Explore our list of already answered questions, or talk to us directly through the online chat.
  • CopyrightInformation on using copyrighted works, understanding licenses, and fair dealing.