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Last Updated: Oct 26, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Four Ways to Ask-A-Librarian

 There are four ways to ask-a-librarian at F.D.Bluford Library:

1. Email your brief reference question to

2. Visit the library for reference assistance or to set up an appointment with a librarian for one-on-one instruction. At any point during the day youcome to the Reference Desk and ask for help: finding a book; a citation; specific citation style or evaluating resources.

3. Call 336.285.4185 when you have questions about library services, policies and procedures.

4. Chat with a librarian using NCknows service. Chat is intented to answer brief questions. This service is free and staffed by professional librarians in North Carolina and throughout the United States @



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