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IDS 101: Harry Potter and the Ethics of Difference: Your Librarian

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Name Generator

Here is a fun name generator.  What is your new Harry Potter name?

Locating Materials

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These additional guides will help you find and locate other types of information.

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Virtual Tour of the Mark O. Hatfield Library

Virtual Tour of the Mark O. Hatfield Library

This video provides a brief tour of the highlighted collections and services of the Mark O. Hatfield Library and Archives and Special Collections.

Searching the Catalog

Searching the Catalog

Learn how to use the catalog to search for books, articles, videos, and more through Summit, our regional lending system, and locally from Willamette. Additional info is available on the Library Catalogs page.

Locating Scholarly Articles

Locating Scholarly Articles

Find out how to search for scholarly articles within EbscoHost's Academic Search Premier database, as well as other useful tips that will help you become a more efficient researcher. Additional info is available on the Popular vs. Scholarly page.

Citation Tools at WU

Citation Tools

Learn four common tools that will make citing resources much easier: the library catalog, library databases, Google Scholar, and Zotero. Additional info is available on the Why Cite Sources page.

Your Librarian

John Repplinger
jrepplin@willamette.edu

Research Consult Appt.

 

My Specialties: Archaeology, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Exercise & Health Sciences, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Physics, and Science (General)

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What librarians can do for you...

Subject librarians are here to help with your research!

You can set up an individual research consultation with a subject librarian for research help. Here are a few other things that we can do for you:

- Show you the best places to begin your research.

- Help you develop effective search strategies.

- Locate the information you need within our library.

- Obtain books, articles, cds, etc. from other libraries.

- Find additional information from citation lists/bibliographies.

- Judge the quality & reliability of information.

- Use information ethically (e.g. plagiarism).

- Cite information correctly (e.g. APA style).

- Demonstrate how to use citation resources.

- Tell the difference between various literature types.

- Determine whether something is peer-reviewed.