Help with Library Research

Book a Library Visit

Book a Library Visit

We’re open again on campus! Book a Library visit here to find a quiet study space, use a computer, print class readings, borrow books, get an ID, find research help in-person, and more. Before booking, be sure you’re logged into your MSVU Office 365 account.

"Curbside" Pickup: MSVU students, faculty, staff, and community members can access the Library's print materials by request without having to book an appointment. View the 'Curbside" pickup and delivery service details here.

Book an On-Campus Research Appointment

If you would like to make an appointment to receive research help in person, book an appointment here.

Please keep in mind you must also book a visit to the library in preparation for your visit to campus.

Research Help Drop-In Sessions

These sessions are offered Monday to Thursday. They are held via Blackboard Collaborate Ultra.
The sessions are geared at helping you answer quick questions about using the library or even just chatting with you about your research needs.

Research Help Drop-In:
12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday.

Link to the Research Help Drop-In Session

LiveHelp

Information about Live Help

Online Research Help Hours

Research Help service is offered via email (library@msvu.ca), web conferencing (book an appointment), and in-person (Monday-Friday, 10AM-8PM only).

Fall 2020:

  • Mon - Friday, 10 AM - 8 PM
  • Saturday, 12 Noon - 6 PM - email service (no on-campus service)
  • Sunday, 12 Noon - 4 PM - online appointments (no on-campus service)

Please check the monthly calendar for holidays, intersession hours, and other exceptions.

Contact the Library

The Mount Library
15 Lumpkin Rd
Mount Saint Vincent University
Halifax, NS B3M 2J6

library@msvu.ca

902-457-6250

Library Webinars

Students working on laptops
photo credit: Mike Avery, Mount student

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