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Not sure where to start? Librarians recommend specialized databases and other resources in specific subject areas like History, Nursing, or Art.
How do I cite sources in APA? I am getting too many search results, what can I do? How do I find peer-reviewed articles? View our guides to doing library research or learning basic library skills.
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Papers Due Drop Inn (Central Library, 4th floor. Rm. 411)
Librarians and Writing Center staff are available to help students with research assignments and more.
Need help researching sources for a class paper or project? Walk up to any of our reference desks below and ask for help!
- Architecture and Fine Arts Library. (Architecture Bldg, 1st floor)
- Central Library. (Central Library, 2nd floor)
- Electronic Business Library. (Business Bldg, 1st floor)
- Fort Worth Center Library. (Fort Worth Center, 1st floor)
- Science and Engineering Library. (Nedderman Hall, Basement)
- Social Work Electronic Library. (Social Work Complex Bldg. A, 1st floor)
- Special Collections Reference Desk (Central Library, 6th floor)
Research Help Desk (Central Library, 2nd floor)
Do you need to sit down with a librarian or writing center consultant for help? In our Research Help area you can get in-depth, supportive help with writing papers, citing sources, copyright, scholarly publishing, GIS, specialized reference expertise, and searching assistance.
Click here for information about connecting from off campus, printing, wireless access, guest accounts, Digital Media Studio, and Geographic Information Services.
Writing Center (Central Library, 4th floor. Rm. 411)
This service of the English Department helps students become better writers. Tutors provide help on class essays, projects, or reports; applications for scholarships or graduate programs; job application letters and resumes; or personal writing.
University Tutorial and Supplemental Instruction Student Support Services (Basement and 2nd Floor.)
University Tutorial offers tutoring and supplemental instruction to help you better understand course materials, overcome a troublesome concept, and develop learning strategies that will help you achieve your academic goals. Visit the Tutoring page for information about fees and scheduling. Visit the Supplemental Instruction page for information about peer-assisted weekly study sessions.