Getting to the LSA Website (Library Guide)
The LSA Library has a collection of approximately 10,000 print books. Beyond that, our Electronic Resources, (Databases, E-Encyclopedias, and Academic Websites) expand our resources at least a thousand fold! Be sure to visit the Library Guide and/or the physical library on the second floor of the Main School Building so that you can locate just what you need to excel at your homework and class projects!
This will allow you to:
1) Open and Read an E-Book AND/OR 2) Place a hold on a book from another high school library [See Library User Guide]
REMEMBER: Saving a Book Citation - Open Link to Book Title, Look 1/2 way down page to Publication Info. & Copy the ISBN Number into Noodletools!
TIP: In Search box
use a Simple/General search term (one word)
"search phrase" (2 or more words)
REMEMBER to Locate the E--TOOLS: SOPEN/CLICK "Article Citation" link to answer Scavenger Hunt Question!
TIP: Choose a Database that is related to the subject of Your Project
ADVANCED SEARCH link will allow you to focus your search by combining specific Search Term and/or "Search Phrase" AND control for time published!
REMEMBER to Use the E-TOOLS: Cite, Print, Email!
TIP: The Best Websites have their own SEARCH BOXES and usually have .org, .gov, or .edu Top Level Domains in their URL!
Use your Search Term and/or "Search Phrase" in the Search Box!
REMEMBER: Copying the Webarticle's URL is the The first step in saving a website citation!
TIP: Find the Search Box
Type your Search Term or "Search Phrase" in the box
CALL NUMBER REFERENCE DATABASE ARTICLE REMOTE LOGIN ACADEMIC WEBSITE ADVANCED SEARCH