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Try Ask-a-Librarian Today!

Ask-a-Librarian email reference requests are  a great way to request assistance from GRCC  Reference Librarians. You can also use OneSearch Chat, text us, call a Reference Librarian (616-234-3868), or, contact your department’s Liaison Librarian directly.

Ask-a-Librarian questions are answered during our Virtual Reference Service hours , and questions received outside those hours are answered first-thing on the next business day.

Ask-a-Librarian gives you the space to be complete when asking your question – enabling librarians to answer completely! Tell us which class your question relates to, about any assignment requirements, where you’ve already searched and what terms you used – and anything else that will inform librarians. Students and faculty tell us they like the ease of using Ask-a-Librarian, and that the answers are complete, helpful, and fast!

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Need help? Ask us!

Yes, the Library building might be closed, but Reference Assistance ARE available to assist you –  8AM-5PM – Monday through Thursday – during the 2nd Summer session.Red phone ringing

  • Call us: 616-234-3868 and our Virtual Librarian on Duty will answer.
  • Ask-a-Librarian: email reference requests are promptly answered; questions received after 5PM are answered first-thing on the next business day.
  • OneSearch Chat: When you Search GRCC Library OneSearch, the yellow chat tab will open. Ask away!
  • Text us: 616-234-201-4841.
  • Contact your Liaison Librarian directly!Start Chat box

 

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Ask-a-Librarian – Really!

Ask-a-Librarian email reference requests are just one way you can request assistance from GRCC  Reference Librarians. Call a Reference Librarian (616-234-3868), or, contact your department’s Liaison Librarian directly.

Ask-a-Librarian questions are answered from 8AM-5PM – Monday through Friday – during the Summer. Questions received after 5PM are answered first-thing on the next business day.

Tell us what class your question relates to, more about the assignment requirements, where you’ve already searched and what terms you used, and anything else that will help librarians answer. Students and faculty tell us they like the ease of using Ask-a-Librarian, and that the answers are complete, helpful, and fast!

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