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VIC119 Myths and Legends in Modern Contexts (Fall 2023)

Need assistance?

Research consultation for up to one hour

You can book an online or in-person research consultation with me, Diane, the contact librarian for VIC119 during the fall 2023 term. During a consultation we can:

  • discuss your research topic, help you fine tune it (narrow it down to an appropriate thesis or research question)
  • discuss the appropriate tools to use to find supporting research, evidence or additional information
  • enhance your search strategy (help you identify the most effective search terms)

Simply email me: diane.michaud@utoronto.ca, and include the following

  • Describe your question or research topic
  • Include an assignment description if applicable
  • Suggest 3 different days/times when you would like to meet (a minimum of 2 days notice is preferred)

Drop-in research help:

Come in to the E.J. Pratt Library for on-the-spot research help.
Mon, Tues, Fri: 10am - 4:45pm, Wed: 12:15pm - 2:30pm and Thurs: 1pm - 4:45pm.
During those hours, a Graduate Research Assistant should be available at the library's Research Help/Reference Desk. They can provide suggestions and research strategies.

In addition, chat reference is available over extensive hours during the fall and winter semesters.
"Ask, Chat with a Librarian" online research help via instant messaging 


The Writing Centre 

Writing Instructors offer invaluable services to help students improve their writing, such as,

You can book an appointment with Vic's Writing Centre, from this page.