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Get Research Answers by Email

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Our librarians are research experts who regularly provide one-on-one consultations to faculty and students to aid in all phases of a research project. But there’s another option if you’ve got questions but don’t need or want a full consultation: Our librarians can also receive and answer research questions by email.

While a full consultation is the best option for in-depth questions about research strategies, email is an effective method for initial contacts and follow-up questions after a consultation. To take advantage of this service, email reference@georgetown.edu. You can also get research help from the Booth Family Center for Special Collections at speccoll@georgetown.edu or Woodstock Theological Library at woodstocktheology@georgetown.edu, and School of Continuing Studies students can contact scslibrary@georgetown.edu. Bioethics researchers can make research requests using this form.