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*ENGL 1010: Finding, Evaluating, and Citing Sources*
Everything is available on the Internet if I Google it, right?
No, it's not.
Many sources are only available for a price. And even if you can find information using Google, are you sure that it is good?
The Library provides access not only to traditional print books, but also to a vast number of quality online resources that would otherwise cost you money. The library is dedicated to providing you with a collection of resources that are good quality and appropriate for the work that you are expected to do in college.
Don't forget what is often considered the most valuable resource in the library - the Librarians!
The Librarians are here to help you. We can assist in finding good sources, helping you evaluate what you have found, and citing the sources that you use.
Don't wait until you are frustrated to talk to a Librarian! Try searching on your own first, but if you don't have success within about 15 minutes, contact a Librarian. We want you to be successful and really do love helping our students!
In addition to visiting us in person on the third floor of the library, you can also