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Posted at 7:25 AM ET, 12/ 2/2010

Stressful deadlines? Papers due? AU librarian answers your last-minute questions today

By Jenna Johnson

CampusOverload.jpgThe semester is winding down -- which means deadlines creeping up, final papers coming due and students stressing out. Happy holidays, right?

Have no fear! Starting at 1 p.m. today, I will be online with American University librarian William "Bill" Mayer and the Smithsonian's Michael Edson to answer all of your last-minute studying, researching, paper-writing questions. (And anything else college-related you want to know.)

Not sure how to navigate the stacks at the library? Send in a question. Sick of trudging through endless information online? Send in a question. Want some ideas for managing stress this week? Send in a question.

Here's a link to the chat. We can't wait to see you online at 1 p.m.

Campus Overload is a daily must-read for all college students. Make sure to bookmark http://washingtonpost.com/campus-overload. You can also follow me on Twitter and fan Campus Overload on Facebook.

By Jenna Johnson  | December 2, 2010; 7:25 AM ET
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