There are several ways to contact a librarian for assistance, even when it is not possible to talk face to face with one at the Reference Desk. Other options include phone, email, 24/7 Librarian Chat, Skype, Research Assistance Program, and the Blackboard Ask a Librarian Discussion Board.. For details on these options, click on the relevant tab.
A member of the Reference team is at the Reference Desk every hour we are open. If you are on campus, just come on into the library, step up to the reference desk, and we will be glad to assist you. If you prefer, send us an email,email@example.com,or give us a call, 402-557-7313. You can also call to set up an appointment if you need to spend lengthier one-on one-time with a librarian.
Chat with Bellevue University Library Reference staff during normal operating hours. After hours, questions are answered by academic librarians from around the world who have access to the services and resources offered by our library. Click on on the top or bottom right side of the library homepage.
A member of the Reference team will work with you one-on-one throughout your academic career to answer your questions regarding databases, other library resources, citations, and more. To learn more about the program, meet the Reference team, and sign up, see the Research Assistance Program page.
Would you like a face-to-face meeting with a librarian but can't come into the librarian? Request a Zoom Appointment here. You must have Zoom installed on your computer or device and a webcam. 60 minute sessions are offered Monday through Friday 9-6 PM and must be made at least 24 hours in advance.
Log in to Cyberactive and click on Organizations then select Ask A Librarian. Click on Discussions to view forums. Librarians regularly monitor the page and respond to student questions and library-related discussion!
The library is open 93 hours a week year round, except for some holiday closings. Our hours are Monday - Friday: 7:30 am - 10:30 pm, Saturday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, and Sunday: 10 am - 7:00 pm. All times are Central. You can find phone numbers for all library departments and staff members here.
This page provides links to a variety of forms:
Book a Study Room for individual or group study.
Request Materials for Purchase. Do you have a suggestion for a book or other physical item that the library does not currently own? Let us know here.
Leave a Comment or Suggestion. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know what you think about our library services, website, or anything else that comes to mind. We welcome all of your comments and suggestions.
Commonly asked questions about the library are grouped by category on the Frequently Asked Questions page. You will also find our official Library Procedures at the bottom of this page.
The library has been publishing a quarterly newsletter since 1997 called More Than Books. Besides the latest library news, you will find reviews of magazines, books, and videos, as well as interesting and informative websites, tech tips, and much more. Every issue is available on the library website; the latest issue is always found here.
Too busy to come to the library or live too far away?
Don't worry, you can use all of our electronic resources from home. Go on to the next page,
ACCESSING THE LIBRARY FROM OFF CAMPUS, to see how.