Chemical and Biological Engineering Guide for Canvas: Home
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Use this introductory guide to find top resources and services the Library offers to assist in your Chemical and Biological Engineering research. For more in-depth information on Chemical and Biological Engineering resources visit our Chemical and Biological Engineering Research Guide.
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Help me find -- Want to find out how to look for a book, article, map, dictionary, GIS or data (and more)? This page will help you!
What search tool to use -- The library has many different tools to search for information, this page will guide in picking the right one.
Research Guides -- A list of all of our guides to help with subject specific research, learning supports, and general research topics such as Citation help.
Ask Us a Question -- Chat with a library staff member through instant messaging, text, or email. Click on the green or blue AskUs icon at the top or bottom of library webpages to conveniently access our chat service from anywhere on the library website.
Borrowing -- All you need to know about borrowing from the library!
Interlibrary Loans -- Can't find what you need in the University Library? We can get it for you!
Ask a librarian -- Need more in-depth subject specific help? Contact and book an appointment with a librarian.
Math and Stats Help -- Person-to-person help for all students in intro level classes with math or stat content.
Writing Help -- Person-to-person help at any stage of the writing process for both undergrad and grad students.
Study Skills -- Help for undergrads and grads in building learning skills: time management, note taking, presenting, etc. Workshops, one-to-one help and more!
Grad Help -- You will find links to resources that you may find helpful at different times during your graduate studies.
Workshops -- We offer a wide variety of workshops for undergrads and graduate students in September-November and January-April.