Hello Class! My name is Martee Squire, and I designed this guide to help you with your ENGWR 300 research assignment.
One of the most important resources that can make your research process easier and faster is a librarian. Okay, I know I biased, but hear me out. :)
I and all the other ARC librarians are here to help you with your research. We want you to ask us questions! So, if any questions pop up with this, or any other research assignment you're working on, please ask us. We're happy to help! Find out all the ways you can contact an ARC Librarian on this page.
Please feel free to email me directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find me in the Discussion section of you class in the Ask A Librarian discussion board.
Last but not least, if you are new to the research process, or if you'd like to brush up on your research skills, I recommend going through the What is Research Tutorial and the Getting Started with Research Tutorial.
If you are unfamiliar with the research process or want to brush up on your skills, please complete the Library's What is Research Tutorial and the Getting Started with Research Tutorial. Each of these tutorials will take 15-30 minutes to complete. You can also receive a certificate of complete if you score 75% or higher!
NOTE: To login from off-campus, you will need your eServices username (w+student ID) and password.
You don't have to make a Research Appointment to get help from a librarian, but there are benefits to making one:
To get started, click on the Research Appointments icon above.
Contact a Librarian!
You can call us and a librarian will answer your call during regular business hours. You can also email us, and we'll respond within 24 hours (Monday-Friday) when school is in session.