In the library, the student understands very quickly that he has changed his universe. The college is not high school. He must adapt to new ways of working. Methods that require greater autonomy in the acquisition of knowledge. The student should not be content with classes, but go build his knowledge by going digging in the books (starting with those in the bibliography provided by the teacher) or see this website to gather useful information. In college, an hour of class is often equivalent to one hour of personal research. The other great advantage of the library is its reliability. In a world where, through the Internet, information is abundant but unsafe, the works referenced by the BU are by their scientific relevance. This limits the risks of getting informed with “bad books”. View confirmed by Mr. Courtecuisse: “The library is also a methodological reference and a place where knowledge is, in a certain way labeled”.