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Intro

If you are looking for help in starting your library research, I recommend starting with a short article in a specialized encyclopedia for back ground information: Starting Your Research.

If you have a good idea about the basic background of your topic and want to find books that you can checkout, start with a keyword search of the Library Catalog: Books

If you need to find journal and magazine articles, you have several options.  The basics are explained here: Articles 

What Else Can the Library Do?

RefWorks will make creating a List of References for your papers very easy.It will also keep track of the information you find. For information on creating your account: RefWorks Tutorial


Library Access (for finding library resources from off-campus)‚Äč:

 


Research Appointment: If you would like to schedule a one on one meeting with a librarian to help with the whole research process, please complete the Request for Research Assistance form.


Interlibrary Loan: If an article or book you need is NOT available through the sources the Library owns, we will borrow it (for books) or get a copy (for articles) from another library. This is easily done from the search results in OneSearch. 

 

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Katie Glaeser
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