Doug Dechow, Ph.D., sciences librarian, assists a student who stopped by the reference desk for research help. (Photo/David Goto, reference librarian)

Going beyond Google: Leatherby librarians are ever-ready to lend a research hand


 


Doug Dechow, Ph.D., sciences librarian, assists a student who stopped by the reference desk for research help. (Photo/David Goto, reference librarian)
Douglas Dechow, Ph.D., sciences librarian, assists a student who stopped by the reference desk for research help. (Photo/David Goto, reference librarian)


We don’t want to cause any panic attacks here, but everything you need to know can’t be found with a quick Google search – especially for academic research. To prove our point we recommend a helpful essay written by the assistant to the dean for communications and external relations at Leatherby Libraries and published in a recent issue of the Panther.

“Librarians are the ultimate search engines,” Essraa Nawar writes in “How to Use the Leatherby Libraries.” Read the full article at
Panther Online
.

Dawn Bonker

Dawn Bonker

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