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Not able to access an online article or e-book? Make sure when you are off-campus that you are logged into your Hunter account with your Net ID and password. This is the same information you use to access Hunter's wifi and print from the 3rd floor computers. Forget what your Net ID and password is? You can easily retrieve it from NET ID Central: a portal to this page is available on the Library's homepage (middle of the page...scroll down the page a little bit!).
There are several ways to get help for something as straightforward as looking up a call number to refining your research research.
1. Visit us at the large Reference Desk at the back of the library, on the 3rd floor. Please walk up and ask your question!
2. Schedule a research consultation with a librarian. This is a great way to get individualized attention at a set time, without potentially being rushed at the Reference Desk by others seeking help. We can spend up to an hour with you and can set aside even more time if needed. Librarians are generally available for this Monday through Friday from about 9 AM to 5 PM though hours may vary. You can look up a librarian here based on one's subject specialty (this tends to be quicker in terms of a response) or use the standard reference request form here.
3. Need help from off campus, especially at odd hours? You can speak virtually with a librarian (not necessarily a Hunter librarian) who staffs the Ask A Librarian platform here. This is a great way to get simple or more complex assistance when you don't have the time to come on campus.