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I'm having problems with library research for a class. Where can I get help?

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Posted: 13 Jan, 2011
by: Kupersmith J.
Updated: 13 Jan, 2011
by: Kupersmith J.

Try these:

  • Course research guides tailored to the needs of particular classes (but often useful for others as well).
  • Screencast tutorials giving an overview of the research process and details of skills like finding full text articles online.
  • Guides to using OskiCat, finding information on the Internet, citing your sources, and more.

Looking for individual guidance?  Our information experts provide research help via email, 24/7 chat, telephone, and in person.

Want to go into more depth?  Cal undergrads can sign up online for a free 30-minute Research Advisory Service appointment.

 

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