Hey! This LibGuide will help you through the process of research for your project. Feel free to contact me if you need help at any time.
1. Define Topic: What do you know? Verify with Background Info.
2. Devise Strategy: What do you want to find out? List keywords.
3. Search Sources: Look at Books, Articles, web sites, etc.
EVALUATE what you're doing: Change your keywords/database; Are you finding appropriate items?
2nd floor North side - Computers for research (no word processing or personal email), Printers, Reference collection, Reference Desk with Helpful LIBRARIANS, Group Study Rooms, Photocopiers
2nd floor South side - Reserve Desk, Viewing Rooms, Change for up to a $20.00 bill, Pay Fines, TexShare Cards, Get Inter-library loan materials
3rd floor - Circulating collection (check out books & media), Popular and Children's Collections, Group Study Rooms, Photocopiers
4th floor -Quiet Study Area, McAllister Collection (rare books), Group Study Rooms
Competitors in the final round of the LG U.S. National Texting Championship face off in New York's Times Square on Aug. 8, 2012. Austin Wierschke, a 17-year-old from Rhinelander, Wis., left, won for the second year in a row, pocketing $50,000. In 39 seconds he accurately typed a 149-character message with capitalization, punctuation and several symbols. (AFP/Getty Images/Stan Honda)