The E.J. Pratt Library Inquiry Desk is located on the Main Floor, Victoria Quad Level.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Library staff are here to help you use the Library:
- They can provide a general orientation to the libraries at U of T.
- They can explain appropriate search strategies for locating specific information.
- They can assist you in searching the online catalogue, identifying electronic, print and internet resources.
- They can help to resolve incomplete or inaccurate citations.
- They can assist you with Victoria University Library's Special Collections of rare books and archives.
Agatha BarcReader Services & Instruction Librarian416-585-4463PR 114agatha [dot] barc [at] utoronto [dot] ca
Roma KailHead, Reader Services416-585-4476PR 318r [dot] kail [at] utoronto [dot] ca
Gabbi ZaldinReader Services Librarian416-585-4521 (x3036)PR 316gabbi [dot] zaldin [at] utoronto [dot] ca
Colin DeinhardtReader Services & Instruction Librarian416-585-4569PR 114colin [dot] deinhardt [at] utoronto [dot] ca
How to Reach Us
You can reach us in the following ways:
Monday - Thursday
9:30am - 8:00pm
9:30 - 4:45pm
416 585 4470
Online research help
For quick lookups, or arrange an appointment only
Research Consultation Service
If you are looking for help researching an assignment or would like individual instruction on a specific electronic resource, schedule a meeting with a Reference Librarian.
To make an appointment, please use the online reference form or drop by the Pratt Reference desk.
The library’s bibliographic instruction facility is located on the third floor of the Pratt building.
See also: Services for Faculty, Instructors, and TAs.
Library instructors teach library research skills to students and provide training in the use of online catalogues, electronic and print resources including electronic periodical indexes, electronic journals, online reference tools and digital collections.
Students gain hands-on experience with a range of UTL's online resources.
Instructors create course specific guides to the Library's collections.
Schedule a Library Instruction Session
Professors and instructors are encouraged to contact r [dot] kail [at] utoronto [dot] ca (Roma Kail) (416-585-4476) to arrange for a library workshop tailored to course requirements.
See Classes and Tours, St. George campus (UTL Library Classes (Robarts, Gerstein, Engineering Libraries)
Last updated: August 4, 2016