Veterinary Technology: Get Help

Guide to research and library resources relevant to Veterinary Technology

Research Help Appointments

Schedule an appointment with a librarian to get help finding and citing information. Learn more about Library Research Help Appointments.

Online Appointments

Need help with your assignment? Make an online appointment with a research librarian.

In-person Appointments

Make an in-person appointment with a research librarian.

Get Help in Person or by Phone

You can ask our librarians a question during open hours at any PCC Library.

Need the phone number for your campus? Contact us! If you'd rather come by in person, check the PCC Library locations and hours.

Email Us

Need to ask a question by email? Use the Email a Librarian form or find your favorite librarian's email address on Library Staff.

Use Library "How Do I...?" to get your questions answered

Library "How Do I...?" contains the answers to common questions students ask about research.

Helping Yourself!

PCC Library has many resources that you can use on your own: 

Chat a Librarian for Help

Need to talk to a librarian? Use our chat system. Click the button to open the chat window.

Chat with a Librarian!

Help from Tutors

PCC Tutoring: In-person and Remote, Summer 2023, Begins June 27

PCC Tutoring Services offers free content support for students registered in classes during the current term. Supporting over 50 different departments, tutoring allows students quick access to tutors to clarify concepts and deepen their understanding of the homework material.

PCC Tutoring is an appointment based service that is available to registered students. Students can book 30-minute tutoring appointments Monday through Thursday from 10 am to 6 pm across four physical locations (CA, RC, SE, & SY) and via PCC Zoom.  

Year-round eTutoring is available: Sunday-Saturday, 5am-11pm

Visit PCC's Tutoring page for information on how to get free online tutoring.

Learn Technology Skills for your Classes

Review the basic technology skills you need as a college student. 

Email, doing research, typing papers, and organizing files are just a few of the things that you’ll need to know to take classes. Visit the guides and tutorials below to enhance your technology skills for success in college. 


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