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WRI 153: The Meaning of Celebrity: Welcome!

Guide to getting started with library research for students in Patrick De Oliveira's writing seminar.

Getting HELP

The latest library information can be found on the library's website . Take some time to look at the Fall 2020 Resources up at the top by group: take a look at the Undergraduates section as well as the CHECKLIST at the very bottom.

Use the Library's chat service Connect instantly via Ask-a-Librarian to get help. Fall semester hours (see very top).

E-MAIL E-mail me directly, rfriedma@ or marquand@, to ask a question or set up a research appointment via Zoom. 

Welcome!

Dear WRI 153 students,

The resources I've pulled together for this guide will be helpful to get you started on your research; however, to search the complete selection of databases and other resources provided by the Library, please consult the Library Web Page.

Don't hesitate to reach out if I can be helpful or answer a question.

Rebecca K. Friedman

rfriedma@princeton.edu

Library Session 2 (LIbrary Research Clinic):

Web of Science

Your WRI librarian

Rebecca Friedman

Rebecca K. Friedman
rfriedma@princeton.edu