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Help! For you and your students

Research help

Work with your school or public librarian to help students with their research - ask for instruction sessions, tool demos and one on one consultations. I've met so many fantastic school and public librarians in Texas - Texans should be proud of how great our libraries are.

Here is how you can contact me and get help with UT-specific resources:

Wanna talk to Elise?

Elise Nacca, 495-4361
elisenacca@austin.utexas.edu

Need more help like this? 
Try our Rhetoric 398t Teaching Materials organized by topic for those who teach RHE 306 and 309 - all created by librarians.

Check out the University Writing Center's handouts for guidance on teaching writing skills and for resources to give to your students

What can I ask a librarian?

  • I need to choose or narrow my research topic.
  • Where should I search?
  • I can't find sources for my paper!
  • Is this a credible source?
  • I can't access the article I need!
  • How should I cite this?
  • Am I plagiarizing?

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