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Surgical Technology: Getting Started

Research by Appointment

If you would like more help with your research, you can make an appointment with me or another librarian at a time that's convenient for you.

Group Study Rooms

Need a place to work with a group?  Reserve one of our three study rooms here:

Information Literacy Puzzle Image

decorative image about information literacy

The information literacy puzzle is composed of six pieces. First, define task. What is your assignment. problem or question. Second, identify options. What kinds of information will you need and where will you find it? Third, select sources. How do you search for them and which should you choose? Fouth, analyze content. What did you find and what does it mean? Fifth, present findings. How will you organize and communicate what you learned? And finally, evaluate. Is your research process leading to relevant and useful results? 

Guide Creator

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Kathleen Conley
Reference/Instruction Librarian