Welcome to TILT Cypress *
Online Information Literacy Tutorial

"If I look confused it's because I'm thinking." Samuel Goldwyn

The beginning of a research assignment often brings on anxiety and confusion. What will I write about? Where will I go to find all those sources I'm supposed to have? What if I've never been in the library before? How will I know if the sources are good? What will I do if I don't find anything?

If you ask around, you'll get lots of advice about the easiest search methods. Haven't you heard that you can get everything from the Internet? Why, just look at all the articles you can get about fast food by doing a Web search ...

Your search:

fast food
WebSearcher found 8,315,000 results for fast food

(Cool -- over 8 million!)
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* TILT Cypress is a modified version of TILT, copyright 1998-2004 by The University of Texas System Digital Library. This material may be distributed only subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the TILT Open Publication License (the latest version is presently available at http://tilt.lib.utsystem.edu/yourtilt/agreement.html). TILT Cypress was modified from the original by Peggy Austin, Daniel Pugh, and Melissa Beck in 2005. The original version of the tutorial is available at http://tilt.lib.utsystem.edu/.