Where do you go when you want to find information on something quickly and easily? Web resources like Google and Wikipedia are a great way to start your research but be aware of what you find from these searches. Conducting searches from these websites might give you some background information and ideas on what you want to be searching for in the library catalog. Make note of keywords, names and topics discussed in your web searches to find scholarly materials like books and journal articles from the library’s resources.
Here are some tips on evaluating websites.
Use the library's OneSearch discovery system to find journal articles, newspaper accounts, books, films and more about The Laramie Project.
How do you identify/define yourself in these groups?