1. All items for this scavenger hunt can be found online through the Goldstien's website, blog, social media sites, or other FSU library-related sites. You do NOT need to be present in the library at any point to win the scavenger hunt.
2. You may ask the staff for help finding a particular website, such as the Goldstein's Facebook. However, the staff will not help you to solve the clues themselves.
3. The first person or team to solve the Virtual Scavenger Hunt will be interviewed by the Goldstein Staff, their interview will be posted on this Blog, and they will win a sort of trophy... Winners need not come to the library to receive prizes (We'll mail them to you!).
4. No cheaters allowed. Not sure how you could cheat, but we are prohibiting it anyway.
Them's the rules. Enjoy.
Libraries can trigger strange reactions
like patrons being sleepy, snory, or wheezy.
The Goldstein staff is here for your satisfaction,
But what happens when the Goldstein Staff Sneezes?
You’ve already answered the second hint?
Wow, you got that done in a sprint!
Here’s the thing about your next clue:
It’ll take you a few steps to do.
Step 1 is to type the answer to Clue #2
Into the search box at lib.fsu.edu
But make sure to only search for books!
Online resources are not where you want to look.
When you search you’ll find the first record
is a famous musician of much accord:
Step 2 is to search for a book at Goldstein
Using his name as the keyword.
You’ll only get one result, a reference
book, a bibliographical dictionary.
The final step is, using that query
And your skillful inference
To find out what tome at Goldstein Lib
has the call number after that reference book.
When you find the tome, shout out “Dibs!”
Email the answer to firstname.lastname@example.org for a look
at the next clue.