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LTAM 130: Climate Change and Ecology in the Andes

Welcome!

Welcome to your library session for LTAM 130: Climate Change and Ecology in the Andes. My name is Lauryn Lehman and I am the Research and Instruction Librarian for the Natural Sciences - which means that I am your librarian! This guide is designed to help you as you work on your Sustainability Story Map project for J-term 2022, and will help guide you through the process of choosing your topic, formulating your research question, and finding quality resources to use in your assignment. 

Unsure About Something?

As your librarian, I am here to help guide you through this process. If you need any help at any time, please consider doing one of the following: 

  • Email me! Email is the best way to get ahold of me. You can email me your questions (if you think they can easily be answered via email), or we can arrange a time to discuss your topic one-on-one, either in-person or via Google Meet. 
     
  • Stop by my Office! My office is #226 over by the Graphic Novels on the main floor of the library. Feel free to drop by with questions, though understand that giving me a heads up that you are coming a) guarantees I'm available and b) gives me a chance to think about your topic so I can give you better answers than I can on the spot. 
     
  • Stop by the Research Help Desk! If you would feel more comfortable asking a student your questions, we have student research assistants who are trained to assist your research and are happy to help!
     
  • As a Question via Chat! The chat box pops out on the main library page (augustana.edu/library) and connects you instantly with a librarian or student research assistant.