Start your research
with a look at the tab for HPU Libraries on Campus Pipeline.
It will link you to an assortment of tools that will guide
you to sources appropriate for academic or professional research.
Many students rely on various Internet search engines such
as Google for convenient, simple and quick searches. These
may lead to a number of different sources, but they may not always
satisfy in-depth research needs. For more credible sources that
will add to the quality of your research, you may want to learn
more effective search strategies from librarians and subject
HPU librarians are available by phone, e-mail and in-person
at the Atherton and Meader Libraries to assist you so that
maximize your time. If you learn to systematize your research,
you will have more time for processing, theorizing and writing.
For your next class project, challenge yourself to look beyond
the popular Internet search engines and seek out new information
sources. You may be surprised at the range of resources available
at the HPU Libraries and through Campus Pipeline. Use them to
enrich your study and to add depth to your work. Your information
literacy skills – the ability to find, select, and evaluate
information sources – will serve you throughout your studies