Special Education

Want help? You've got options

EMU College of Education students have multiple options for getting research advice.

You can get quick advice by using the Ask a Librarian chat system or make an appointment to work with a librarian over Zoom (see below).  

You can get one-on-one in person coaching from a librarian with drop-in services at the Academic Project Center (see below).

Graduate students and faculty have some options for getting expert help with research statistics (see Statistical Methods Research Consultations for Grad Students below).

If you are having trouble accessing an electronic resource, see Help with Online Access Problems at bottom of this page.

Academic Projects Center

During the Summer semester, librarians are available for drop-in help Monday - Thursday, 11am - 3pm.  Ask at the Library Services Desk.

 

Questions about fines, holds, etc.?

Call the check-out desk @
734-487-2562

How to get Help from the Library

Statistical Methods Research Consultations for Grad Students

Help with online access problems

To use library online resources and databases from home

  • Use links on EMU library web site or guides. Going directly to journal or database websites will not usually work.
  • Enter your EMU netID login and password.

Problems?

Other access problems?

Not a current EMU Student?

  • Use MeL Databases. These databases can be used by Michigan residents.

Education Librarian

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Kate Pittsley-Sousa
Contact:
kate.pittsley@emich.edu
Subjects: Education

Get Research Help

Use 24/7 live chat below or:

Email or phone replies

Virtual appointments with librarians

In-person help Mon-Thur, 11am - 3pm

 Access Library and Research Help tutorials