It’s that time again. Papers are coming due and you need to nail down a thesis and find some sources. Is the topic is still too broad? Are your sources good ones? With a grade riding on these questions, don’t rely on Google and Wikipedia. Come to the fourth floor of Clemons Library Monday–Thursday, 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m., and get answers from the SourceDorks—college students who have been there and know how to help. They’re not librarians; they’re your peers.
SourceDorks Elvera, Abby, Maliha, and Nathan are the latest student workers that the Library recruits to help fellow students with problems in research. Students also have the option to ask a librarian for help online. But if you’d rather talk with someone in person, the SourceDorks can guide you through the Library’s databases to the best articles for your topic, and show you how to cite them.
In the meantime, you can check out the resources the Library has to offer, then come to Clemons and let the SourceDorks bring it all together for you.