From Happy Habits to the Twilight Zone, Librarians Welcome All Questions

Illustration of clipboard with list and smiley faceLibrarians help the DePaul community find information quickly, develop advanced research skills, succeed academically, and acquire skills for lifelong learning and career development. What do people ask us? Here are some questions we’ve helped our community research recently:

  • Can you help me find studies on the habits of happy people?
  • How are low-income communities affected adversely by pollution from coal power plants?
  • How does culture influence family communication?
  • I need information about American Music from the 1960s to the 1980s.
  • Where can I find out about the economic history of Chicago’s Bronzeville?
  • How can I look up original records of US military officers in the late 1700s and early 1800s?
  • Should Shakespeare still be taught in school?
  • What are the negative effects of online education?
  • Where can I find information about the history of Chicago’s Polish communities?
  • I’m looking for information about violence in children’s literature.
  • How can communities prevent crime?
  • What is the role of accurate time in GPS functionality?
  • How can I find original reviews of the Twilight Zone written in the 1960s?

Have something to ask? Friendly librarians are standing by to answer your questions.

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