INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS. INFORMATION & RESEARCH Donna L. Schulman, Lenz Library firstname.lastname@example.org. Step 1: Brainstorming a topic. How?. 1 - Ask my best friend what I should do. 2 - Surf the Internet for a cool web site.
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Donna L. Schulman, Lenz Library
E. 34th St. & Madison
Over 70 computer stations.
Information Center (databases)
free Internet classes
280 Cadman Plaza West.
1 - Browse the first shelves I come to.
2 - Ask the person shelving books
3 - Surf the Internet
4 - Use the Library CATALOG.
ProQuest: Basic Search Screen
ProQuest: Guided Search Screen
ProQuest: Articles List
ProQuest: Full-Text Article
New York Public Library Electronic Resources
William B. Harrison, Jr.,J.P. Morgan Chase CEO
1. Identify & Develop Your Topic (Phrase as a Question).
2. Find Background Information (Use Catalog to find Encyclopedias, Books, etc.)
3. Locate an Appropriate Library.
4. Use Indexes to Find Periodical Articles.
5. Find Internet Sources.
6. Interview People Sources (if appropriate).
7. Evaluate What You Find.