By the end of this first session, you will:
1. be cognizant of the library's "Online Reference Shelf"
2. know how to search "The MightyFind" like a ninja
3. understand the difference between predominant sources types
4. have Googling abilities that will impress your friends
5. have a basic understanding of the library's subject-specific databases
You should definitely know about these... kinda like an alternative to Wikipedia.
Okay, so you can navigate "The MightyFind" and feel pretty good about yourself, but what the heck is actually in there?
1. Newspaper Article:
2. Scholarly/Peer-Reviewed Journal Article
3. Academic eBook
4. Something I found via Google
If you find yourself drowning in "The MightyFind," try the more specific subject databases.