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*EDUC 1030: Intro to the Library and Research Sources*

We're Here to Get You There!

The Library

  • We can help you find, evaluate, and cite sources for your papers and projects.
  • Come see a Librarian on the 3rd floor of the Basler Library any time we are open, and we will be happy to help you.
  • Make an appointment to work with a librarian one-on-one.
  • Can't make it to the library or having trouble accessing resources from home?  Give us a call during open hours, and we will help you over the phone.  Just call (423) 354-2429 and ask to speak to a Librarian.
  • We also have a variety of ways to reach a Librarian online.  You can chat live with a Librarian, email us, submit a question, and even send text messages.  You can also schedule a virtual appointment, using the Schedule an Appointment button.
  • You may have a Librarian assigned to your class.  If so, check out your class page in D2L to find additional information from the Librarian and contact information.

Contact Us

   Submit a Question

     Call Us: 423-354-2429

    Text Us: 423-933-1929

     Email Us:

   Chat with us live online:


     Schedule a one-on-one appointment with a librarian for assistance:

The Learning Center

The Learning Center

  • Located on the first floor of the library, the Learning Center offers free tutoring and assistance.  (If you are on another campus, check to see if tutors are available at that location.)
  • If you need help writing your paper, the Learning Center is the place to be!  Learn more about the Learning Center and its services on its web page: The Learning Center Home Page
  • You can drop in for help during open hours.  There is also a schedule of tutors who are available at specific times and locations throughout the week.  You can access it here: The Learning Center Instructions and Tutor Schedule