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Make an Appointment -
Use the location dropdown to specify where the appointment will take place. Selecting a different location will reload the appointment dates and times that are available to be booked.

Make an appointment in 3 steps. Step 1: Select a staff member. Step 2: Select an available date. Step 3: Select an available timeslot.

To better serve students, faculty, and staff, we now offer both Zoom and in-person appointments with a librarian. You can book a variety of different sessions lengths:

30 minutes

  • Get help with APA citations and references. Help with other citation styles may be available depending on the librarian - click on the blue iicon next to the librarian's name to find out if they support the citation style you are using. Note: we can answer specific questions and give general feedback, but cannot proofread.

  • Need research help, but don't need a full hour-long appointment? 30 minutes may work for you!

60 minutes

  • Need help finding articles, ebooks, and other resources for a research project? Book an appointment with a librarian to get started. 

  • Have a lot of APA questions? Book 60 minutes to make sure you can ask them all!

15 minutes

  • Don’t need a full appointment? Book a 15-minute Quick Help session for fast answers.

Faculty Appointments

Faculty Consultation - 60 minutes (faculty only)

  • Need help with a research project, reference management, resources for curriculum development, copyright, or Open Educational Resources? Book an appointment with a librarian!

Copyright Help  - 60 minutes (faculty only)

  • Students, staff, and faculty at Saskatchewan Polytechnic create, modify, and reproduce copyright-protected materials daily during their learning, teaching, and research activities. A library faculty member can help you to make informed decisions about copyright and how it applies to you. He can assist you with understanding your rights and responsibilities with respect to copyright and how to make decisions about using copyrighted materials. A library faculty member can also covers the topics of open access, open education resources, and zero textbooks costs.