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Journey Essay

647 words - 3 pages

On your journey to gain knowledge, you made a four-year stop at college. To help you succeed in this journey you will need to make numerous stops at the university library throughout the duration of your four years. Now I know this might sound new to you after coming out of high school, but you are going to have to check out books and other materials from the library. This might scare you right now because it might be a first for you, but don't worry it's no sweat. First off, you are going to have to been given an assignment from one of your favorite professors. This topic can range anywhere from fly-fishing to tying your shoes. If you are like most people, you can get a lot of your information from the Internet; it's not a good idea to use the Internet for everything. The Internet is not all fact and it's credibility is often questionable. Now turn off your monitor and take a walk to the campus library. Alright, you finally made it to the library, which was a long couple of hundred miles from your dorm (if that). You walk in the door and you are struck with awe. You've never seen so many books and other resources all in one building. Then, you realize that you're only in the lobby! You then proceed into the main area and you almost have a heart attack. Now let's say that your paper's topic is tying your shoes and that you have never been in a library before. Therefore, you don't know where to begin looking for information on tying your shoes. This is when you can walk up to the reference librarian's desk. There you can tell them you are looking...

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