The reference librarians, who are faculty members with subject expertise in a variety of disciplinary areas, are able to help with the breadth of research and instruction, from the introductory to the complex.
The Research Center should be a student's first point of contact for questions about locating books, finding articles on a specific topic, or using electronic resources.
You may ask questions at the Research Center on the Main Level
»by phone (303-871-2905)
»by email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
»by chatting with staff on the Research Center tab
»by visiting Twitter page
»by visiting our Ask Us page
During regular term, staff is available to answer your questions seven days a week and until midnight Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.
For more in-depth assistance, one-on-one research consultations are available for current DU students, faculty, and staff on a drop-in basis or by appointment.
The reference librarians at University Libraries offer many instructional opportunities to help the DU community learn about library research. Library instruction sessions are one of the best ways to develop valuable research skills. Students who have the skills to find, evaluate, and use information are more successful in their classes and will be more successful at life-long learning after graduation.
To find out more about the Research Center and research instruction, follow the buttons on the menu to the left.