searches Quick Answers, Thoreau, and the Library’s website (e.g. help and guides). When the students click the magnifying glass to submit their query, they will see Quick Answers results in the middle of the next page.
Students can then select the Quick Answer that most resembles their question.
Quick Answers frequently include links to related guides and videos to offer students additional information if needed.
Our library guides teach students the skills they need to become information literate. Guides include brief videos and screen shots to illustrate the skills being taught.
|Student Need/Question||Recommended Guide|
How do I search the library databases to find articles on a topic?
|How do I know which sources are reliable and which are not reliable?||Evaluating Resources|
|I'm having a tough time coming up with a topic. Any ideas?||Choosing Your Topic|
|I'm not really comfortable with computers or the Internet. I'm new to all this.||Internet Basics|