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EGL102-GH1 - Marian Staats - Spring 2022

This guide also provides information for BIO 106 with Tess Lesniak

Welcome to the library!

You will find resources in our building and online to help you succeed on your EGL 102 research assignments.

This guide will link you to many of these resources. 

Your Assignment

The first step to success for any research project is to understand the details of your assignment. You will find your assignments linked below. If you have any questions about your instructor's expectations, please contact her.

 

 

How Can the Library Help?

The Library can help by connecting you to the resources you need to complete your assignment. We can help you find: 

  • Physical Books
  • eBooks
  • Reference Resources (Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Atlases, Almanacs, and so on)
  • Scholarly Journals
  • Newspapers
  • Magazines
  • Streaming Videos

One of your best resources at the the library are librarians! We are information professionals who can help you navigate our databases and the internet. We can help you evaluate resources for authority and relevance. We can help you learn how to cite your sources correctly. You can drop in during our reference hours or visit our online chat. You can also schedule a 30-minute one-on-one Research Appointment with a librarian.