Begin here:

Then, do you your own search from the library homepage ( Look for a book on a topic you find interesting.

* 1. I wanted to find a book about…

* 2. I entered these words in the library search box to find a book on my topic:

* 3. The book that seemed the most interesting and relevant was:

* 4. This book was...

* 5. This book was in Hodges Library Stacks.

* 6. If the book you identify in question #3 is available in Hodges Library Stacks, skip this question and go to question #7.

If the book you list in question #3 is checked out, or not in Hodges Library Stacks, find a different book related to your topic that IS available in Hodges Stacks. The book I went to find in the Hodges Library Stacks was:

* 7. I went to this floor of Hodges Library to find the book:

* 8. I was able to locate the book I went to find.

* 9. If you weren’t able to locate the book you wanted to find, stay in the call number section where you book was supposed to be. In that shelving section, find a book on the shelf that is related to your original search topic. Write down the following information about that book:

At this point, make sure you have a photocopy or scan or have taken a picture of the title page inside the book.

* 10. If you were stuck, and didn’t know how to find the book or resource you needed for research, what would you do?

* 11. Why did you complete this assignment?

IMPORTANT: Hitting the "Done" button does NOT send the answers to your instructor! Print out a copy of your responses for your instructor. Make sure you click the "Done" button after you've printed.

1. FIRST, print out a copy of your answers, and
2. THEN, hit the "Done" button.