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Can a librarian help me start my research?

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Yes!  Librarians are available to help you

  • pick a research topic
  • narrow down (or broaden) a topic
  • select the best library resource to find sources (books, videos, articles) on a topic
  • find the best words and phrases to type in
  • evaluate the sources you find
  • cite those sources
There are several ways you can ask for help:
 
Stop by the NWTC Library (Room SC215 on the second floor of the Student Success Center) during library hours.  You can even sit down with Julie Chapman in the Research Help area to discuss your project.
 
Call 920-498-5493 or 1-800-422-NWTC ext. 5493
 
 
Text 920-288-2ASK  (920-288-2275)
 
Contact Julie Chapman, Supervisor of Library Instruction, to set up a research appointment by emailing julie.chapman@nwtc.edu or calling 920-498-5490.
 
We are always happy to help you get started on your projects and to teach you the tricks and tools to make it easier!
  
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