There are many different kinds of sources of information and just as many places to look for them. How we help you, as professor librarians, is to talk with you about what you really want to know and how you will be using the information. This conversation helps us understand what you need. Where we tell you to look for information depends upon:
This conversation determines where we go to show you how to get the information you want. It could be found in almanacs, encyclopedia, statistical abstracts, handbooks, sourcebooks, e-books, books, journals, newspapers, magazines, film clips... You get the idea. So do ask us if you would like some help learning how to find all the amazing information that is out there.