1) Review this entire course guide by browsing the blue tabs on the left menu!
There is a lot of helpful information that will assist you through the research process and show you how to use the many resources that McQuade Library provides. Go through each of the blue tabs on the left side of this page. Pages have videos and supplemental information to help you learn.
2) Watch these videos!
Lyena ("Yenna") Chavez would prefer to meet with you in person (and stinks at making videos), but here's a quick hello video and a bit about your task!
Here's a fun potwoon video all about McQuade's Research Center. It explains how a librarian can help you with your paper.
3) Make a copy of this google doc
Go to File -> Make a Copy
4) Fill out activity and share it via google docs with both your Professor and a Librarian firstname.lastname@example.org to get credit for completing this exercise. Tip: You may want to change the font from blue to black so we can clearly see your answers.
This activity is aimed to give you practice searching the library's search tools. Use the topic you will be researching for your paper and then fill out this activity.
We don't want this to be a stressful activity! If you have questions relating to the activity or if you get stuck, please use the chat box to chat with a McQuade Librarian or email librarian Lyena Chavez.
How can I access McQuade’s Library Resources online?
To access McQuade's online resources, it is best to find resources through the library's website.
Here off-campus users will be taken through the library's authentication/proxy system and be asked to enter their Merrimack username and password, the same you would use for MyMack or Blackboard.
If you have problems contact a librarian by emailing email@example.com or if open, use the Chat box at the library's homepage or on most research guides.