Come back to the beginning!

In writing up a paragraph about the next Ask a Librarian workshop, I'm irresistibly reminded of Inigo Montoya in the Princess Bride when he was trying to find his focus and not be dragged off by brutes (all while being roaring drunk):

"You told me to go back to the beginning.  So I have.  This is where I am, and this is where I'll stay.  I will not be moved... this is where we got the job.  So it's the beginning, and I'm staying until Vizzini comes." **

Many people on campus can profit from some basic library instruction.  For instance, what are the alternatives to Wikipedia?  Where are good places to go for academic topics to get reputable scholarly summaries?

Go back to the beginning with Vizzini (Linda Wobbe), and get a good foundation on finding all sorts of research.  The Library has some truly wonderful research tools to explore.  No need to make reservations.  Just come!

Save the date:
Wednesday, March 20th, 12:45 - 1:45 (community time)
Wildenradt Theatre, 2nd floor of the Library

Questions about this workshop?  Ask Linda Wobbe,, x4232
Questions about these workshops in general?  Ask Sue Birkenseer,, x4255

**The Princess Bride. dir. Robert Reiner. perf. Cary Elwes, Robin Wright, & Mandy Patinkin. 1987. 20th Century Fox.