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Circulation questions: renewing materials, fines, lost materials, etc.:

1st Floor Service Desk, 314-246-6952

Online databases, troubleshooting connection problems, etc.:

Document Delivery Staff, 314-246-5994 or toll free: 1-800-985-4279, docdel@webster.edu

Research, guidance in selecting and using electronic resources, etc.

Reference Department, 314-246-6950 or toll free: 1-800-985-4279, Ask-a-Librarian

Research in a subject area, library instruction, information literacy, etc.

Instruction and Liaison Services Department

Extended campus services, document delivery requests, etc.:

Document Delivery Staff, 314-246-5994 or toll free: 1-800-985-4279, docdel@webster.edu

Interlibrary loan services and requests: St. Louis campuses:

Interlibrary Loan Staff, 314-246-7807 or toll free: 1-800-985-4279, ill@webster.edu

Reserves services and requests:

Christine Dugan, 314-246-7814

eReserves services and requests:

Greg Kettinger, 314-246-7813 or toll free: 1-800-985-4279, eres_manager@webster.edu

Turnitin (plagiarism checking service):

Faculty Development Center, 314-246-8683 or toll free: 1-800-985-4279, fdc@webster.edu

Web site questions:

Jodie Borgerding, 314-246-7819, jborgerding80@webster.edu

Webster University Archives and university history questions:

Kathy Gaynor, 314-246-7811, kgaynor@webster.edu

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