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Help choosing online library resources

October 1, 2009
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The goals of an assignment often include students learning how to choose the right online database to find sources. At other times that’s not an issue and you’d prefer they go directly to the best tool and get to work. When the latter is the case, you need to know which product is the most appropriate. There are a lot to choose from and you may not have the time to do the legwork. Felicia Smith at the Hesburgh Library can help. She wants Notre Dame faculty and TAs to know that your librarians stand ready to offer a set of electronic resources tailored to any specific activity. If you will email Felicia your syllabus or the description of an assignment or project, she will contact the appropriate Subject Specialists. They will provide you a set of recommendations that you can incorporate into the syllabus or share with students in class.

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