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Cephalonian MethodQuestions Used for URI 101         Fall 2010   Devised by Amanda   Izenstark and Mary       MacDonald
What are the regularhours of the Library?
Do I need a card to use the Library?
My professor said she left books andnotes in the Libraryfor my class. Wheredo I go to get them?
I need to print some stuff out and make  copies. How does     that work?
I heard I can eat inthe library! What’s     the deal?
How long can I checkbooks out for? What happens if they’re     overdue?
Where are the  books?
Do I have to sit bymyself here? Whatif I want to study   with a group?
What kinds ofquestions do you answer at theReference Desk?
Can I use the   computers inReference to check    Facebook?
Do I have to be inthe Library to get  research help?
This place is big!What if I can’t find  what I need?
What does“Reference” mean,     anyway?
Are there any maps I can use to find my    way around?
How do I find books  in the library?
What if I want abook or article, and   it’s not here?
How do those longcall numbers work?
I need something  called “scholarly  articles” for my research project.How can I get help?
What’s thedifference between using the stuff on the Library’s web  site versus justsearching in Google?
Do you have anythingthat can help me cite the sources I use in     my papers?
Is there anythingelse on the Library’s  web site I should    know about?
Does this library“shush” people? Howquiet do I really have     to be here?
Can I have a pizza delivered here?
My library at home has movies I cancheck out for free.      Do you?
Are there any fiction    books here?
Where’s thebathroom?
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  1. 1. Cephalonian MethodQuestions Used for URI 101 Fall 2010 Devised by Amanda Izenstark and Mary MacDonald
  2. 2. What are the regularhours of the Library?
  3. 3. Do I need a card to use the Library?
  4. 4. My professor said she left books andnotes in the Libraryfor my class. Wheredo I go to get them?
  5. 5. I need to print some stuff out and make copies. How does that work?
  6. 6. I heard I can eat inthe library! What’s the deal?
  7. 7. How long can I checkbooks out for? What happens if they’re overdue?
  8. 8. Where are the books?
  9. 9. Do I have to sit bymyself here? Whatif I want to study with a group?
  10. 10. What kinds ofquestions do you answer at theReference Desk?
  11. 11. Can I use the computers inReference to check Facebook?
  12. 12. Do I have to be inthe Library to get research help?
  13. 13. This place is big!What if I can’t find what I need?
  14. 14. What does“Reference” mean, anyway?
  15. 15. Are there any maps I can use to find my way around?
  16. 16. How do I find books in the library?
  17. 17. What if I want abook or article, and it’s not here?
  18. 18. How do those longcall numbers work?
  19. 19. I need something called “scholarly articles” for my research project.How can I get help?
  20. 20. What’s thedifference between using the stuff on the Library’s web site versus justsearching in Google?
  21. 21. Do you have anythingthat can help me cite the sources I use in my papers?
  22. 22. Is there anythingelse on the Library’s web site I should know about?
  23. 23. Does this library“shush” people? Howquiet do I really have to be here?
  24. 24. Can I have a pizza delivered here?
  25. 25. My library at home has movies I cancheck out for free. Do you?
  26. 26. Are there any fiction books here?
  27. 27. Where’s thebathroom?
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