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We want to help you find your answers. (And, if your answers happen to lead to even more questions, that can be a good thing!)

When librarians and staff work with students in the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio, in Special Collections, at the Archives Building, in a classroom, in a workshop, or during a consultation, they are teaching skills to support research and writing.  We can help students develop the ability to sift through pages (or screens) of potential information sources and in effect question the authority of what’s presented.  Students gain confidence finding the best resources that support their work, while learning to reject those that fail to stand-up to critical scrutiny. Sorting reality from fiction, the real from the fake, has increasingly become a survival skill, one that enables each of us to look behind the mask of unearned authority.

For more information about the services we offer and how we can better support you, or if you have any questions, please contact LibraryCommunications@wwu.edu.

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