The Library has a variety of resources to help users search for, find, and use information efficiently and responsibly.
What kind of information do you need? Where can you go to find it?
The information resource (book, journal, magazine, Internet site, media, database, expert or professional, etc.) you choose should be determined by the type of information you're looking for. Dictionaries give you definitions of terms, academic or scholarly journals give you scientific studies, some Internet sites have consumer or patient-level health information.
Are you looking for. . .