The Karrmann Library staff has developed online tutorials to help researchers streamline their use of the many resources the library makes available.
Available tutorials are:
All of the modules also have quizzes at the end if you want to test yourself.
To access the tutorials, click the link directly from the library’s homepage.
The library staff is excited to offer these online guides that will be available 24/7.
Check them out and test your library knowledge!
Sample page from the library's online tutorials
The library is ordinarily open nearly one hundred hours each week, but before and during exam time, the hours are extended even more.
Click "Library Hours" from the library’s homepage.
The official U.S. government portal for public access to government information and services, USA.gov promises to be easy to navigate.
Visitors find four tabs along the top of the webpage:
For Citizens, For Businesses and Nonprofits, For Government Employees, and For Visitors to the U.S.
For example, within the "For Citizens" tab, researchers find fourteen categories of links to information. Under the "Benefits and Grants" section, visitors find links to information on adoption assistance, disability resources, renter’s assistance, unemployment insurance, or government jobs.
Need assistance finding government information? Stop by or call Charlene Ingebritsen in the library’s Government Publications Department on the third floor, 342-1758.
Click "Government Publications" from the library’s homepage.
Kay Young, Editor