RAP (Research Assistance Program) sessions are a way to get one-on-one help with a librarian. RAPs are helpful when you are trying to get started with a research project but need help narrowing your topic, if you don't know to get started looking for journal articles, if you need help with your search strategy or if you need tips on advanced use of the databases. A RAP can give you as much help as you need -- either a quick nudge in the right direction or extended help. You can schedule a RAP session anytime you want, or a faculty member might suggest or require RAPs when you are getting started with research.
Click on the link, to the right, to schedule a RAP. This opens directly into the Reference & Instruction librarian's calendar, so it is easy to schedule a time that works will for both of you.