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_FYE: First Year Experience - Waterbury — Links to Get you Started

This library guide supports classes at the Waterbury Campus Library. It is an introduction to college research and library resources.

College Research: Tips to Get Started

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Library Services: 

  • Libraries are not just places behind walls, information is made available to you from e-books and databases. When you can't travel to a library, learn to use it remotely -- just log in to the Library Homepagewith your NetID and Password!
    • Databases provide thousands of full text articles, books, and chapters, and from reliable sources.
    • LibGuides provide help for specific subjects and classes..
       
  • Library users tend to have higher GPAs and graduate on time  The key is learning how to use the library and asking for help when needed.
  • When you search the Library Catalog, you're seeing the collections at all UConn campuses (Storrs /Babbidge, Stamford, Avery Point, and Hartford.  You have access to everything that can be borrowed  and can request that items be sent directly to Waterbury for pick upl Items can be requested from the Library catalog.  Learn more at: https://guides.lib.uconn.edu/requestuconnbooks.