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MATH 100: Mathematics of Democracy

For Professor Andrew Gainer-Dewar - Fall 2013

Many ways to get help

There are many ways to get help. 

1) Stop by Research/IT on 4th Libe or chat with a reference librarian using the box below.

2) Schedule a Consultation Now online to meet with me in my office.

3) Use the chat widget in the lower right corner of the page to chat with a librarian right now.



The Research/IT desk is the large desk in the middle of the reference room on the 4th (main) floor of the library. The desk is staffed by reference librarians and Carl Techs who can help you with any problems or questions you have while doing research at the library. 


Carl Techs staff the Research/IT desk during all hours the library is open.

Librarians staff the Research/IT desk:

  • Monday - Thursday:  10 am - 5 pm, 7 pm - 9 pm
  • Friday: 10 am - 5 pm
  • Sunday: 1 pm - 5 pm, 7 pm - 9 pm

Schedule an Appointment

My office hours change each week since my schedule varies week to week.  Use my scheduler below to see when I'm available and sign up online for an appointment with me.

  Schedule a Consultation Now
to sign up for an appointment time!

Also, you can find me at the Research/IT desk:

  • Mondays, 12-1 p.m.
  • Thursday evenings, 7-9 p.m.
  • Fridays, 12-2 p.m.

(there are exceptions to this schedule, so contact me ahead if you're counting on finding me)

If you do not find a time when you and I are both free, send me an email. We can probably work something out.

Kristin's free/busy schedule

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I am available for consultations on your research and literature review.  Just check my schedule and make an appointment with me ahead of time.  You can also send me quick questions by chat (see the chat window on this page) or email. 

If you have a quick question about using the library, finding a specific book or article, etc., it will be faster to stop by the Research/IT Desk and get help from the librarian on duty.