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Summer 2021 Library Service

As of June 1st, the library building will open for normal operations.

We will be checking out materials as normal, but we will continue to provide curbside service to Lee students and employees upon request.

All of the library's electronic resources, including articles, e-books and streaming video, continue to be available to Lee College students and employees 24/7. 

  • Library website:
  • When accessing resources off-campus, you will be asked for a login and password.  This will be your Lee College login and password (same as you use for Blackboard).

Summer 2021 Hours:

  • M-Th: 7:30 AM - 9:00 PM
  • Fr: 7:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Sa: Closed

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How do you know what kind of sources to look for?

Ask yourself these questions before you start your research:

  • Do I know enough about my topic to choose meaningful search terms?
    • Reference books such as encyclopedias are useful sources for learning basics about a topic before starting your research.
  • Does it matter how old your sources are?  
    • Should you use sources dating from the beginning of time to the present? 
    • Do you only want the most current information?
  • How specific is your topic? 
    • ​Are you giving a broad overview of the topic?
    • Do you need in-depth research on the topic?
  • Who counts as a credible writer on this topic?
    • Does the writer need to be an expert in the field?  What kind of credentials will prove that this person is an expert?
    • Is it okay for the writer to be a non-expert who cites his/her sources well?

Find Background Information on Your Topic

These sources will help you find background information on your topic. 

This can help you:

  • Discover which aspects of your topic are most important to other researchers.  Your instructor will likely expect you to address these areas.
  • Find search terms.
  • Learn basic facts about your topic that may help you narrow your search.

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