Answered By: Wendy Hardenberg Last Updated: Dec 15, 2014 Views: 17
For most major academic projects, one measly source isn't going to cut it. What if there's conflicting evidence not presented by that source? What if all the information you need just isn't in one place? What if your professor expects you to be very thorough? That's why the library gathers together access to as much information as we can, and also has librarians to help you sift through it.