The Lawrence W. Tyree Library serves the students, staff, and faculty of Santa Fe College. The Library is open for studying, access to resources, and research help throughout the week, with additional weekend hours.
The Library has staff available to assist you on all three floors. If you need research help, stop by the 2nd floor reference desk to speak to one of our librarians. For more ways to access help, see our Research Help page.
This guide introduces resources the Tyree Library provides to Santa Fe College students studying astronomy.
If you need a more general introduction to library research, try Research 101.
- Where to Find Articles
- Shows how to access the library databases and describes the databases most useful for astronomy students.
- How to Search
- Describes search strategies from the basics of identifying keywords to using the Boolean operator AND.
- How to Find Books
- Shows how to locate books and eBooks in the library catalog. Includes lists of recommended books.
- How to Find Information on the Web
- Provides web search tips and suggested websites.
- Organizing and Citing Sources
- Provides links to different tools to help you cite your sources.
- Get Help
- Information on how to contact a librarian for research questions.
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