Information Literacy Sessions upon Request
Faculty may arrange instruction for their classes during the regular class hour. Contact Mr. Tiger Swan by telephone, 850-599-3193 or Ask A Librarian
to schedule instruction. For instruction specifically geared to distance learners, contact Mr. Tiger Swan at 850-599-3193 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Got a Paper Due?
Got a paper due and don't know where to start? Don't know which style guide to use? During this session you will discover the secrets of where to go to find listings of hot topics. You will also discover resources for citing bibliographic references.Be A Super Searcher
Do you retrieve a zillion hits and still don't get anything you can use when surfing the web? Your searching dilemmas can all be resolved with just a click of the mouse. Let your librarian show you the secrets to successful searching. Get the results you need.Do You Know Who You Are?
Who was the first president of FAMU? What is the Freemen's Bureau? Where is the George Washington Carver National Monument? Find out where to find the answers to these and many other questions about your African American heritage.What is a Peer-Reviewed Journal Article?
Juried, peer-reviewed, refereed, scholarly... find out which databases allow you to limit your search to peer-reviewed journal articles.How to Find it
How do I find a book? Where are the journals? Can I read my home town newspaper in the library? Is my textbook in the library? Can I type a paper in the library? Get the answer to these and other questions about the resources and services in your library.Great Connections 24/7
would you like to read books, journals, or newspapers from your home computer? Do you need to writea paper or conduct research while you're out of town for the weekend? Do you need to ask a question, such as which database should I use to find full text articles? Find out how you can access your library via the Internet from anywhere at anytime.What's a Literacy Criticism?
Where do I locate one? Find out the answers to these questions and more. Discover how to located stories, plays, speeches, book reviews, author biographies, and other literary information.One on One Instruction
You choose the search topic, database, resource, service, whatever you desire, and your librarian will give you personalized, individual instruction tailored to your needs.Government Information
How many FAMUans are in congress? Where do I find the gross national product? Who is the chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff? Get the answers to your questions when you discover the use of the many government information resources available to you.