2012 city u student library brochure
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    • You can access library resources and services online, 24/7, whenever and wherever you are studying and learning. Vi Tasler Library & Learning Resource Center AS A CITYU STUDENT you will find the resources and support you need to succeed, when you need them, through the library website at http://library.cityu.edu. Library resources and services include: Ask a Librarian: Personalized research help via e-mail, instant messaging, Skype, or by phone. CatalogPlus: A one-stop-shop for finding resources. Search the library catalog, online databases, and beyond using one search box Online Databases: Program-specific databases to find articles, e- books, e-videos, dissertations, curriculum, company & industry reports, and more! Course resources: Comprehensive lists of required and recommended resources for your courses. Materials request form: Request books, articles or other resources that you need help locating (articles will be posted online to your CityU account) How-to guides: Learn how to use APA citation style, find scholarly articles, search databases, and more. One-on-one personalized service: Your program has a dedicated librarian who is familiar with your assignments and can help you learn how to find the information you need to be successful in your studies. Contact the library through Ask a Librarian to set up a research consultation with your librarian.