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Research Guides - Meg Grotti

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Senior Assistant Librarian & Coordinator, Library Instruction
Ph: (302)831-6310
Subjects:
Education

Guides

Current Workshops
by Meg Grotti, Kathy Roth - Last Updated Apr 14, 2014
Workshops currently offered by the library
Education
by Meg Grotti - Last Updated Dec 23, 2013
Education Law
by Meg Grotti - Last Updated May 30, 2013
ENGL110 class page
by Meg Grotti - Last Updated Feb 14, 2014
Tags: class page, english 110
Evaluating Sources
by Meg Grotti - Last Updated Jul 7, 2011
Financial Aid
by Meg Grotti - Last Updated Feb 12, 2014
Finding Articles
by Meg Grotti - Last Updated Jul 12, 2011
How to Read a Call Number
by Meg Grotti - Last Updated Jul 6, 2011
Library Assessment
by Erin Daix, Meg Grotti - Last Updated May 20, 2013
Literacy Education
by Meg Grotti - Last Updated Aug 15, 2012
Locating Books
by Meg Grotti - Last Updated Nov 1, 2013
Scholarly vs. Popular Sources
by Meg Grotti - Last Updated Jul 6, 2011
Special Education
by Meg Grotti - Last Updated Jul 2, 2012
SuDocs Call Numbers
by Meg Grotti - Last Updated Jul 6, 2011
Using WorldCat Local
by Meg Grotti - Last Updated Aug 30, 2011
 

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I am the Education librarian.  You may be wondering....

What can your librarian do for you?

I can assist in answering reference questions. Not sure how to begin a literature review or research paper?  Can't track down a citation?  Contact me. I can work with you via email, or we can chat in person!  

I select the books, conference proceedings, databases and journals you rely upon to complete your research. Contact me to recommend a purchase if you have specific titles or resources in mind that you would like the library to consider adding to the collection.

Although there are regular library workshops offered throughout the semester, I can also visit your class to teach your students how to use information resources effectively.  Such classes are customized to fit the needs of your particular course, assignment, or project. 

I develop Research Guides to point researchers towards recommended library resources, as well as many great online resources that are available.  The Guides are also full of great research tips and strategies.  Email me if you would like me to create a class page for the specific use of your class! I can also come into your class to teach your students how to use those resources effectively.

I can help you manage your research by providing one-on-one help with RefWorks, the library's bibliographic citation management system. 

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