Connect with a Librarian
Montgomery College librarians are experts in conducting research. Each librarian has specialized knowledge in the resources and research methods of several academic subjects. We can help MC students, faculty, staff, or non-MC community users with any step of the research cycle: developing a topic, finding sources, evaluating sources, and citing sources.
You can get research help through text message, chat, phone, booking an appointment, or walk-in questions in the library. View our online service hoursnew window and the library's open hours and phone numbers.
If you know the librarian you'd like to work with, you can find their contact information below.
Text a librarian.
Best for: quick, simple research questions or questions about access to library materials.
Example: Does the MC Library have the book To Kill a Mockingbird available as an e-book?Text: 240-654-1728
Chat with a librarian.
Best for: more detailed research questions that will require some discussion with a librarian.
Example: Can you help me find a peer-reviewed article on racial stereotypes in America?
Meet with a librarian for 30-45 minutes via Zoom or at the library.
Best for: very detailed research questions that will require a lot of discussion with a librarian.
Example: I need help developing a topic for my paper and then finding some supporting sources.
If your class is in any of the following departments, an arts and humanities librarian can help you.
Including: English, history, music, all languages (e.g., German, Arabic), political science, and more. Click to see the full list.
All languages (e.g., Arabic, German)
Media Arts and Technologies (Interactive Technologies)
Women's and Gender Studies
If your class is in any of the following departments, a business and social sciences librarian can help you.
Including: psychology, sociology, economics, business administration, accounting, and more. Click to see the full list.
If your class is in any of the following departments, a health sciences, communications, and special programs librarian can help you.
Including: communications, health, credit and non-credit WD&CE courses, student success, English language for academic purposes, and more. Click to see the full list.
Building Trades Technology
English Language for Academic Purposes
Environmental Horticulture and Sustainable Agribusiness
Health Information Management
WD&CE (credit and non-credit courses)
Physical Therapy Assistant
If your class is in any of the following departments, a STEM librarian can help you.
Including: mathematics, biology, chemistry, computer science and technology, physics, and more. Click to see the full list.
Computer Science and Technology
Network and Wireless Technology