Useful Library Research Guide Descriptions
About the Library - Your starting point for everything you need to know.
Citing Sources - APA, MLA, Chicago/Turabian, etc. Examples, advice, links to online citation engines, etc
Credo Reference - How to find answers in online dictionaries, encyclopedia, handbooks, etc.
eBooks - How to find, read, and download eBooks.
iPads - Tips, apps, app reviews, detailed instructions, FAQs, important links, etc.
New OneSearch - your (almost) one stop search engine.
Online Searching - Directs you to the best online resources. Teaches you how to search like a Librarian.
Online Students - Advice for accessing the libraries services and resources from off campus.
Plagiarism - How to write a paper without stealing anothers words or ideas.
Recommended Web Sites - Thousands of useful, free sites selected by librarians and faculty.
Subject Headings - Use official Library of Congress Subject Headings when searching the Library Catalog.
Research Guides from Other Libraries
A number of other universities have fantastic Research Guides about beginning your research. Some to look at are:
Beginning your Research from The University of Melbourne
Writing College Papers from Anne Arundel Community College
Study Skills from Drury University
To find article in journals search the library's databases.
Search the Library Catalog
All our cataloged library materials can be accessed through the Library Catalog, which includes books, eBooks, music, scores, DVDs, theater scripts, etc.
Ebooks can also be accessed through our various eBook services, like eBooks on EBSCOhost.
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