Not sure how to find a library resource…there is hope
Have you forgotten how to find the full text of a journal article? Perhaps you missed a library instruction session and need to find a book for your next assignment. Or maybe you are at your wits end with too many search results (most of which seem irrelevant to what you searched). We have all been there, but there are some resources out there to help you.
The new Research Tutorials, released this summer, provide short video clip answers to questions we commonly receive from students. If you don’t like watching tutorials, each question is also answered in a PDF. A link to the Research Tutorials is provided on the left hand side of the library homepage. Students that have questions about the layout of the physical library, how to use the online catalog, or how to find resources in other libraries will find the Library Orientation web page especially useful.
While these resources are right at your fingertips, remember that librarians are here to help you as well. Librarians answer questions through the Ask A Librarian form, emails to email@example.com, I.M. Librarian instant message discussions, phone calls to (785) 594-8414, or in person visits to Collins Library in Baldwin City. ~RCW