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This LibGuide was developed at Kent State University updating the Transitioning to College site. The update was funded by the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation. Technical support and content updates provided by:
Ann Marie Smeraldi, First Year Experience Librarian, Cleveland State University (link to library)
Paula Deal, eLearning Specialist, INFOhio
The LibGuide replaces the Transitioning to College site that was developed with input from Ohio academic and high school librarians. Transitioning to College is an initiative jointly funded by the Institute for Library and Information Literacy Education (ILILE) and a Library Services Technology Act (LSTA) grant. Technical support and content provided by:
Jeph Remley, Web developer
Ramon Perez, Illustrator
Shane Roach , Videographer
Jason Forbes, Master Control Operator
Colleen Boff, First Year Experience Librarian, Bowling Green State University
Ken Burhanna, First Year Experience Librarian, Kent State University
Anne Fields, Collection Manager for Education, The Ohio State University
Mary Lee Jensen, Head of Instructional Services, Kent State University
Wendy Baker Torrence, Librarian and Editor
Amanda Wilson, Metadata Librarian, The Ohio State University
Amy Wilson, Reference Outreach Specialist, University of Rio Grande/Rio Grande Community College
Student Actors in the Transitioning to College videos:
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You've been assigned your first college research assignment. Now what do you do? Start by visiting your college or university library and following these steps. Don't forget that academic librarians are waiting to help. Just ask!
Try these tutorials to learn essential college library research skills.