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Archival & Historical Primary Sources
The William Ready Division of Archives and Research Collections are also pleased to provide research consultations to students in the humanities and social sciences who are interested in historical primary source or archival research. This can pertain either to our holdings specifically or to more general strategies and techniques for locating and making use of historical primary source material.
Consultations typically last from 45 minutes to an hour and must be booked at least two weeks in advance. To book a research consultation or inquire about teaching options, please email us.
Maps and Geographical Resources
Drop into the Lloyd Reeds Map Collection, or call (905) 525-9140 extension 24745 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org to book a consultation appointment. More information about maps and geographical resource services
Request an appointment with a Librarian
Teaching and Learning offers research consultations for students, faculty and staff in-person, and via phone, email, Teams, or Zoom.
Research consultations can help you:
- get started on developing your research question
- decide on which databases are most relevant to your topic
- create a efficient search strategy