The Internet is filled with information, but the challenges are finding what you need among the millions of Web sites, then determining if the information you find is reliable.
And researching in the library can be overwhelming if you don’t know where to begin.
Your Information Center offers a free report on how to do research, both in the library and on the Internet, and how to evaluate the information you find.
The report includes three detailed case studies and more than 50 resources in the library and on the Internet.
Whether you’re gathering background material for a writing project, researching your family history, or just satisfying your curiosity, you will benefit from Finding the Information You Need – Research Tips for Your Family, Business, or Personal Pursuits.