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FYOS 1001: Dyslexia Across the Lifespan (Lindstrom): Welcome!

Welcome!

New to UGA? Guess what? Librarians are here to help you. Really. Ask us questions. Ask for help finding articles. Ask what "peer reviewed" means. Ask how you find a book. Ask how long you can keep things you've checked out. Ask if we have a stapler. Ask where the restroom is. Just ask. No one will laugh. No one will be mad. Librarians make a living answering questions. But we can't do that if everyone is too afraid to ask in the first place. So, get the help you need and keep librarians employed. You're not bothering anyone. You're not interrupting anyone. And librarians need the work.

Follow this link from the Libraries' Homepage (www.libs.uga.edu) to Contact Us. It's that easy.

For this class, I am your librarian. Ask me anything. I'll try my best do help you! My contact info is to the right. Call, click or stop in. Really. It's okay. They pay me to answer questions!

 

Your Librarian

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Carla Buss
Contact:
cbuss@uga.edu

706.542.2996

Curriculum Materials Library

207 Aderhold Hall
Website

Welcome to the Libraries!

Welcome! We're here to help--with your research, whether it's finding articles, books, puppets or maps (or something else), we can help. The Libraries Homepage is found at http://www.libs.uga.edu/ and has information on how to find what you need, find out to whom to speak if you need help, find your way in Athens or to just find the restroom. Ask us. That's why we're here.