Enter the item’s exact title if you know it.
example: Harry Potter and the goblet of fire
If you know the author’s full name,
type the last name first: meyer, stephenie
If you are not sure of the author , title or subject
use a combination of words in an Any Keyword search.
Use the library’s online
 database subscriptions
 to find:

Magazines   -   newspapers - Local information
               ...
You can’t believe everything
             you read online!

•   Who is the author?
•   Are the facts correct?
•   Is the w...
Try Live
 Chat!
www.hpl.ca/teens
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An introduction to the library and research geared for grade seven students.

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Library Research Basics

  1. 1. Enter the item’s exact title if you know it. example: Harry Potter and the goblet of fire
  2. 2. If you know the author’s full name, type the last name first: meyer, stephenie
  3. 3. If you are not sure of the author , title or subject use a combination of words in an Any Keyword search.
  4. 4. Use the library’s online database subscriptions to find: Magazines - newspapers - Local information Pictures - maps - Videos
  5. 5. You can’t believe everything you read online! • Who is the author? • Are the facts correct? • Is the website trying to sell something? • When was the site last updated? Beware of plagiarism! cite your sources!
  6. 6. Try Live Chat!
  7. 7. www.hpl.ca/teens
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