Navigate the Library one step at a time.
Using the library can sometimes be frustrating. A student can save and avoid unnecessary frustration by following a basic strategy, which involves:
Once you select your topic, you may not need to go through every step in your search process, nor do you have to exactly follow the sequence of the steps shown above. This basic library research strategy is to help you make the best use of your time in the library. Most often, a quality result will be produced by being as complete and thorough as possible. Make use of all the resources and services that are available to you.
To see more details, try following these steps on our How to Use the Library for Research Guide.
Be sure to Ask a Librarian for help if you need it.
Figure out what else the Library offers.