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Library Guides

Library Guides

Library Guides are a great way to find stuff in the Library and curated sources online and are tailored to a specific interest or discipline. Send your students to the Library Guides page (http://www.watkins.edu/library-guides/ ) for links to the active guides.

These Guides are always being improved so be sure and let your Librarian know about any items in the Library or sites on the internet that you find really useful.

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    Custom Library Guides

    We have created numerous Library Guides that are available to your students 24/7.  Through each Library Guide, students get access to the most relevant resources for their topic and direct help from Library staff.   We are converting our subject guides using the LibGuide software to be portals to Library sources in books, journals, DVDs, and online sources in addition to guides to evaluating information sources, writing and citation style, and plagiarism/fair use. 

    The LibGuide software also lets you create a page in an existing Library Guide or a separate Library Guide for your specific class where you can share assignments, readings and other class information.  

    Take a look at the examples to the left or check out the Best of LibGuides to see examples in various disciplines.  Then contact a Librarian to see how you can use Library Guides in your class.

    We are happy to create Library Guides with you that support your courses. Ultimately the Library Guides most relevant to your students are those that have your input.

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