Film, Video How to Find Stuff at the Largest Library in the World
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- How to Find Stuff at the Largest Library in the World
- Finding just what you want at a large library can be daunting. Imagine how overwhelming that might be at the largest library in the world. It doesn't have to be. This tutorial video from the Library of Congress shows you how easy finding what you want can be by using subject headings and a helpful librarian. And these tips can be used in any library.
- Event Date
- June 13, 2013
- Related Resources
- Humanities and Social Sciences Division: https://www.loc.gov/rr/main/
- Running Time
- 5 minutes 38 seconds
- Online Format
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