After the eight o’clock Engineering Success Skills class on Thursday morning, we walked straight over to Karrman Library. It was difficult to know where to begin looking, so we headed over to the small reference office in the back where a lady helped us find the books. She explained where everything in the library was at, and helped us to become familiar with the library’s organizational system. Like any other library, this one too, used the Dewey decimal system. All three of us proceeded upstairs, and she showed us where the technology section was. Then she pointed out the book, Introduction to Nanotechnology, a book far more complicated than it would have appeared with a glance at its cover. The librarian was very pleased that we were interested in this subject, and she explained that the University of Wisconsin-Platteville was trying to approve a major for nanotechnology which may be available next fall. At this point the lady that had helped so much had left to go help others in need. We went back downstairs to the Check-Out desk, and checked out the book the librarian had found earlier. Then we proceeded to find other information on the computer using the information available to us through electronic journals. After this we left to go... [continues]
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