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Where can I go for reference help?

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There are five different ways that you can get reference help.

First, you can walk-in to our Research Clinic located in room 113 in the Information Commons on the first floor of the Sturgis Library. To see a semester schedule, click here.

Second, you can text your reference question to (770) 983-6547.

Third, you can call us at 470-578-6325.

Fourth, you can schedule a one-on-one appointment with a Reference Librarian by clicking here. (These appointments must be made at least 72 hours in advance.)

Fifth, you can chat online with a librarian almost anytime, day or night. The "Live Help" box can be found on nearly every page of our website.

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