This is the "Roving Information Program" page of the "Ask A Librarian" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

Ask A Librarian  

This guide provides library patrons all of the ways to get in touch with UCSC Librarians and Information Specialists for expert research help. (Updated 2/22/13 L
Last Updated: Aug 5, 2014 Guide URL: http://guides.library.ucsc.edu/ask-a-librarian Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

Roving Information Program Print Page
  Search: 
 
 

We bring library help to you!

The University Library now provides even more help for our users with our Roving Information Program. These enthusiastic student assistants are trained to provide help with:

  • Basic research strategies
  • Understanding call numbers
  • Finding material in the stacks
  • Using the library catalog to find books and journals
  • Using the library Website
  • Using UC-eLinks
  • Navigating the library buildings
  • Booking group study rooms  
  • Finding general campus information

Available varying weekday hours at McHenry and the Science & Engineering Library, during fall, winter, and spring quarters.

 

We're here to assist you!

    

Photo of Roving student Trio Harris

Ask a Roving student to help you find material in the library stacks

 

Ready to help you at the Science & Engineering Library!

Photo of Roving student Sadaf Fakharzadeh

Our Roving student near the entrance to
the Science & Engineering Library

 

Ask us for help!

Photo of Roving student Monica Calsbeek

Roving students walk throughout the library
buildings

 

Look for the yellow vest!

Photo of Roving student Brandon Knight

Roving students enjoy helping you find online
and printed sources

 

We can help you find library resources.

Photo of Roving student Sharesly Rodriguez

Roving students can help you in the Library's
Information Commons

Description

Loading  Loading...

Tip