There are four ways to get help in the library:
Chat with us! Logon to the Ask A Librarian online chat service available 24/7, 365 days a years. Ask A Librarian is a free service providing real-time chat with a librarian to help with any of your research needs.
Come see us! Visit the second floor reference desk at the Elsner or Red Mountain libraries during business hours and speak with a reference librarian.
Call us! Call the Elsner library reference desk at 480-461-7682 or the Red Mountain library reference desk at 480-654-7740 and speak with a librarian during business hours.
If your research question is, “What are the benefits of journaling?”
Your main topics or keywords in this question are journaling and benefits.
Remember to use Boolean operators (and, or not) when searching; try to avoid typing phrases ( “What are the benefits of journaling?”)
Here are some sample searches you could try:
Are you having trouble finding information on your research topic?
Here are a few tips that might help you...
Use Boolean operators to help prevent road blocks
"and" connects terms and narrows the search
"or" expands the search (finds either term)
"not" use to exclude terms
Here is a little Prezi presentation on Search Strategies