I'm working on a sitemap for a client who has a number of different user types (each of whom requires varying goals and tasks associated with using the site). They are concerned that the various users will have difficulty finding the right information, so they've asked that we include a drop-down item that directs the different types of users (members, non-members, parents, teachers, administrators, etc) to a relevant informational page (for example, an anonymous user comes to the site, clicks this top-level item, self-identifies as a "member", clicks the link and is directed to a page that includes information about how to renew their membership, buy members-only products, etc). We also have the usual first-level navigation items such as "About Us", "Products", "Memberships", etc.
We're stuck on what we should call this navigation item. I suggested something equivalent to "Resources for...", but hate ending a navigation item with an ellipsis. And "How to Use this Site" isn't exactly right either.
I suppose this is a question of semantics, more than UX, but since the client absolutely wants this item to be present in the first-level navigation, I need to figure out what to call it.