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Get Live Help
Text a LibrarianText (609) 277-3245 to get live help on your mobile phone (available the same hours as the Chat service)
Email a librarianYou can email your research questions to email@example.com or you can request an individual appointment with a subject specialist.
Call a LibrarianCall (609) 258-5964 to speak to a reference librarian during most open hours of the Libraries.
This guide is meant to help you get started on your research. However, the library has lots more available to you than what I've listed here.
So, if you need help, have a question, want to schedule an appointment, or even just want someone to bounce ideas off of, please contact me via email or phone. I'm here to help. For after hours or weekend help, you can also use the library's chat service.
Need help running a statistical analysis?
In the Library, Data & Statistical Services provides one-on-one help to students doing quantitative analysis for their JPs and theses. There's a drop-in lab on A floor or you can contact one of our consultants directly.
New this year, the Politics Department is also offering help with statistical analysis and formal theory for undergrads, grads, and faculty through the Program for Quantitative and Analytical Political Science. The service will be available on M-W-F either by appointment or walk-in: http://q-aps.princeton.edu/book/statistical-and-formal-theory-consulting