Library Research Support for MSU Students


Ask A Librarian - Research Assistance Program - Instructional Guides and Online Resources - Websites

Ask A Librarian:

Research Assistance Program

The Research Assistance Program (RAP) is a service to students which provides one-on-one consulting to anyone in need of research assistance. While the same service is provided at the reference desk, one-on-one consulting allows for lengthier, in-depth interaction between you and a highly skilled reference librarian in a private, consultative atmosphere. Appointments are requested in order to connect the researcher with the most appropriate librarian based on his or her subject expertise and unique skills. Please plan accordingly as it may take several days to schedule your appointment. You can also stop by the desk to set up an appointment or talk to a reference librarian about your research at any time.

To request a confidential research consultation appointment with a librarian, please fill out this electronic form.

Library Instructional Guides and Online Resources

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Websites


Revised by Mary Anne Hansen, Reference Librarian/Distance Ed Coordinator
Renne Library, Montana State University - Bozeman
Please send comments and questions to mhansen@montana.edu
Last updated 4/5/05
(Originally created by Ken Kempcke, former MSU Libraries Reference Librarian)