We are students trained to help our fellow ‘Canes. We are undergrad and grad students from a wide variety of majors including: philosophy, political science, biochemistry, and business administration. We work closely with librarians and staff for training on how to best assist our fellow students with:
Peer research consultants have transitioned to working completely online for the rest of spring 2020 semester, instead of working in our usual Learning Commons location.
We are available for immediate assistance daily through our chat service in the sidebar:
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Or, please book an appointment through Navigate, or send a question to our Ask a Librarian email:
To access research help on all three campuses, check out our comprehensive Ask a Librarian service.
We also work closely with our partners in the Learning Commons, who offer a variety of tutoring services including in math and modern languages, as well as help with multimedia projects through the Creative Studio:
Tram Huynh is a sophomore international student from Vietnam, majoring in Biochemistry and Psychology. Tram enjoys doing research and plans to go to graduate school after graduation.
Kate Villa holds a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois and is currently entering her third year as a PhD student in philosophy at the University of Miami. She will also be the Manuscripts and Archives Management Fellow at UM Libraries during the 2020-21 academic year.