The library acquires and organizes information to make information retrieval easier for its patrons. One way that we do this is via the preparation of research guides that we publish under the title of LibGuides.
What are LibGuides? LibGuides are the electronic version of a print bibliography. They list the materials, in print and electronic formats, available in the library as well as relevant websites, journal articles, primary sources of law, background information and timelines when appropriate. They provide the researcher with information to begin answering his or her questions.
Two new LibGuides include the Baby Veronica Case–Reference Guide and Multiple Choice Practice Resources. Deborah Turkewitz, the library’s current intern, prepared the Baby Veronica guide while the ILL/Evening Reference Librarian, Price Cook, prepared the Multiple Choice guide.