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Getting Started With Your Literature Search

Beginning Your Literature Search

As you get started with exploring research on your topic, we have:

  • Definitions for some of the common terms used in describing types of articles.
  • Recommendations for library databases and other resources to help with finding information on your topic.
  • Suggestions on using features of the library databases to save time and improve your experience.
  •  A note about using a citation manager to help organize your work and speed progress with your final paper.
  • A reminder that library staff are available to help in answering questions about finding and using information resources.

 

Library Staff Try to Help - Please Ask

When you have a library question, we hope that you will ask.

Each department has a librarian subject liaison and library staff across campus are available to help with using library materials.  The librarians prepare subject guides to help with finding information in that area.

These librarians are glad to try to help.  They can --- for example --- give specific recommendations on databases, talk about search terms, help with finding sources, and explain about library services.  Look for the librarian's contact information. 

Library Chat is a good way to get an answer without delay.

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