There are two ways of communicating with library staff: 1) via email and 2) via the interface's Library Discussion functionality. Email is the better option, but first contact with the library can also be made via Library Discussion from particular citations.
Please contact your "home library" to communicate about your Resource List:
O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library: Tina Witzel
Ireland Library: Mason Mitchell
Keffer Library: Bill Zych
Law Library: Stefanie Hollmichel
If you do not know your home library, contact Resource Lists Program Manager Greg Argo, who will connect you with the appropriate staff member.
In the bottom left-hand corner of the Resource Lists interface is an area called "Useful Links." Click to see options:
The Library Discussion functionality can only be initiated from a citation, so if you need to communicate about your overall Resource List or Section, that needs to be done by emailing the contact at the appropriate library.
To contact the library about a Citation beyond what you can communicate with Request Tags, you can open the Citation Detail page and scroll down to the "Library discussion" area and click on "Send a message to library staff". The Library Discussion window will open and you can type in your comment. Library staff will be notified next time they login to the system:
If you contact library staff via Library Discussion, they will return a message via your St. Thomas email instead of via the Library Discussion functionality. Although there is a way for library staff to respond, there is no alert or notification that makes it easy for you to see there is a response besides digging into the citation to check.