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  • Chelsi Cannon
  • Jeff de Vries
  • Hilda Smith
  • Christina Viramontes

Hours Librarians On-Duty:

  • 8am-noon
  • 1-5 pm
  • 6-10 pm
  • Fri 8am-1pm
  • Sun 1-5, 6-10pm

(Warning! Check library webpage - hours change during test week, summer session and holidays)


Spend some time here and your academic life will be richer, deeper, less stressful and more efficient.

If you are interested in self-paced learning about how to find information and use your library, we have provided links to great Information Literacy tutorials here:


You will learn things like:

  • choosing a topic
  • evaluating sources
  • finding articles
  • using the Web
  • Boolean logic
  • primary and secondary sources
  • critically evaluating sources
  • how and when to get help from library staff
  • and much more


MIT Open Courseware - "3.093 Information Exploration: Becoming a Savvy Scholar" at


TILT (Texas Information Literacy Tutorial from University of Texas)  at


TIP  (Tutorial for Info Power from University of Wyoming Libraries) at


Searchpath (Western Michigan University) at


Original MySearch ©2004 by [author's name or designee]. MySearch is based upon Searchpath © by the Board of Trustees of Western Michigan University which incorporates material from TILT, a tutorial developed by the Digital Information Literacy Office for the University of Texas System Digital Library, © 1998-2004. This material may be reproduced, distributed, or incorporated only subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Searchpath Open Publication License.


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