Answered By: Ron Wirtz Last Updated: Sep 23, 2014 Views: 30
Please do not start your chat session with "Hello" since cooperating librarians and UNK librarians cannot tell if they might be able to help you or not. Start the chat conversation by stating your question or telling us what information you need.
Also, if you are a UNK student, you should use your UNK e-mail address. That will allow us to know whether you will be able to access UNK electronic resources, including electronic books and electronic magazines and journals.
if you are not a UNK student, we will only be able to direct you to public-access materials. If you are not a UNK student, it would be better for you to work with a public library in the community where you live, since they may be able to provide access to resources that UNK does not have. If you are a high school student, you should work directly with the librarian or media specialist in your high school.
Finally, if you are a UNK student, you should consider using the Ask a Librarian e-mail link rather than the chat link. The e-mail link will allow you to more fully describe exactly what information you need.
If you are a UNK student on campus, you should consider meeting with a UNK faculty librarian. Remember to bring with you the assignment sheet from your instructor. If you are a UNK student in an online only class, and you are not on campus, you should send an exact copy of your assignment to the UNK library by using the Ask a Librarian e-mail link.
Ron Wirtz, Ph.D.
Coordinator of User Services
Calvin T. Ryan Library, UNK