Mexico: A Cultural Perspective

Mexico: A Cultural Perspective

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Line Drawing Map of Mexico• References: Example reference sources with overview information (dictionaries, encyclopedias, etc.)
• Books: Use the Library Catalog to access books and more
• Articles: Use Databases to access articles from periodicals (journals, magazines and newspapers) and more
• Websites: Find out where to go to get reliable info online
• Citation Help: Access info on citing sources and using NoodleTools

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infoLAB Tutorial

infoLAB

The infoLAB tutorial shows you how to investigate a topic, search for information, locate what you found in the library, evaluate the information and utilize it for essays or projects. The complete tutorial takes about 45 minutes and is accessible via the link below. To access a specific section, click on another tab in this box.

Investigate


To find out what you need, you'll have to investigate.

Search

When you know what you want and need, you're ready to search for info.

Locate

After a successful search, it's time to locate what you need.

Evaluate

Once you have articles and books in hand, it's time to evaluate their quality.

Utilize

After you identify, locate and evaluate it's time to utilize what you've found.

Librarian

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Dana Corbin
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Virtual Reference Desk:
A librarian is available to assist you online (via video, audio only, or chat) during library hours. Directions and details are on the Virtual Reference Desk Guide.