Answered By: Seth Quidachay-Swan
Last Updated: Nov 02, 2016     Views: 24

It depends. If your research will take more time and resources than the service has available, you might need to hire your own research assistant to handle some portion of your research. The Faculty Research Librarian will let you know if the amount of research you need exceeds the resources of the service and will work with you to determine if hiring a research assistant would be appropriate.

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