Research Help for Students
We help all students: Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka, online and in-person. Contact us today!
Call, drop by in-person, send us an email, chat, or text. You can also make appointments over Zoom for more in-depth help or use research guides for self-directed exploration. Or build your skills and knowledge by taking a class with us for credit.
We are available in-person and virtually to help you make the most of research assignments. Call 907-796-6502 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Meet with a subject expert reference librarian for in-depth research assistance. One hour over Zoom or in-person.
This is a do-it-yourself way to learn how to make the best use of library collections.
Our tutorials will get you started using library resources for your academic research, we've got you covered.
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Credit classes we teach
Introduction to the research process and information literacy skills, including strategies, tools, and techniques for locating, evaluating, and ethically using information from library collections, databases, and the internet. Students will also explore current issues in information literacy, such as mis/disinformation and algorithmic bias.
Each Fall and Spring semester, there are two sections offered for this 1-credit course: one asynchronous online section, and one hybrid section (on-site in Juneau and synchronous online over Zoom for students outside Juneau).
This course provides a great foundation in information literacy for new students. Upper level students can also use their research for LS 101 to support long-term projects in their other courses.
Internet technologies play an important, often controversial, role in contemporary society, touching almost every aspect of our lives. Many dramatic, both dystopian and utopian, claims have been made about the transformative effects of these technologies. The course will provide deeper understanding of the power structures that shape the internet, social media and contemporary society. 3 credits. Offered each spring semester.