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Getting Started with Research

Just getting started with the research process?
Have a research question you would like to explore?
Need help finding supporting materials for a paper or presentation?

You've come to the right place!

Explore the tabs on the left for tips and information on

  • turning a research question into a database search
  • utilizing our database search tools
  • evaluating information for quality and credibility
  • how to cite your sources

Please know that your librarians are here to help you in-person and online.
Have questions, concerns, or suggestions? Please feel encouraged to reach out to us via chat, by email,
or give us a call at (603) 230-4028.

Using the Library

What can I do at the library?

  • Get help with research
  • Make use of a variety of study and socialization areas
  • Browse our extensive collection of tens-of-thousands of books
  • Browse our collection of print trade journals

What can I borrow from the library?

  • Books
  • DVDs
  • Audiobooks
  • Laptops/tablets/headphones (in-building use)
  • Course reserves (materials for NHTI courses that have been set aside by faculty for in-building use)

How do I find things in the library?

You can search for items in our physical collection by looking for them in our online catalog. Click here to start browsing.

How do I get help from the library?

Having trouble finding something? Want to recommend an item for purchase? Need assistance with research? Get in touch with us and we would be happy to help you!

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