We asked library faculty and staff for their top tips and here’s what they told us:
#1 ASK for help
Stop by the reference desks in Bailey/Howe and Dana Medical Library, email a question, chat, text, call or make an appointment with a subject specialist in your area.
#2 Use subject guides
Our team has created guides in each subject area to help you get started with the absolute best sources – from online databases to books to websites.
#3 Borrow stuff
Our fabulous interlibrary loan team will borrow anything we don’t own from another library and get it to you as quickly as possible.
#4 Kick back with culture
Bailey/Howe Library’s Media Resources is home to thousands of CDs and DVDs. De-stress with popular TV series and find fantastic documentaries to support your research.
#5 Search everything with CATQuest
Our online catalog let’s you search books, articles and items at other libraries, all at once.
#6 Study in teams
Our popular group study rooms allow two or more students to study together or work on group projects.
#7 Use one-of-a-kind digital collections
Check out our unique digital collections of historic images and documents and UVM’s student and faculty research.