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Library Orientation Beck Philosophy January 2014
 

Library Orientation Beck Philosophy January 2014

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This is a brief outline of materials covered in the library orientation for Philosophy.

This is a brief outline of materials covered in the library orientation for Philosophy.

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    • CONTACTS Camille Beary, 870-307-7444 Camille.Beary@lyon.edu Office: #203, Main lobby Katherine Whittenton, 870-307-7505 Katherine.Whittenton@lyon.edu Office: #206 Main lobby
    • BOOKS HTTP://LIBGUIDES.LYON.EDU/BOOKS Books and Dvds eBooks
    • BORROWING BOOKS Borrow a book from another library using WorldCat. There is a .50 cent fee and Ms. Whittenton will email or call you when they come in so you can pick them up.
    • ARTICLES: HTTP://LIBGUIDES.LYON.EDU/A-Z 1. By Category 2. A to Z Online 3. Journals A to Z: Journal Finder
    • REFERENCE: HTTP://LIBGUIDES.LYON.EDU/A-Z 1. Credo 2. Oxford Reference Collection 3. Oxford English Dictionary
    • SCHOLARLY VS. POPULAR http://www.library.vanderbilt.edu/peabody/tutorial_files/scholarlyfree/ View this video by Vanderbilt University on how to tell the difference between popular and scholarly articles.
    • MORE HELP? Chat with us on any of the library pages or email us or call us. Ms. Whittenton Ms. Beary