Using the Rasmussen College Library to Further Your Career

Your college library is the local nerve center for finding vital information and resources for you to use during your time in school as well as after graduation. In this presentation our Campus Librarian at the Rasmussen College Campus in Green Bay, Wisconsin Karen Eckberg discusses what you should know about using the Rasmussen College Library for your career. Watch this informational webinar hosted by the Rasmussen College Alumni Association to find out more about the variety of library resources, tools, and personal assistance options that are available to you.

Remember you can access our library catalog by going to www.rasmussen.tlcdelivers.com, the Interactive Guides at www.guides.rasmussen.edu, or LibAnswer at www.rasmussen.libanswers.com.

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