Looking for resources can be overwhelming. This guide should make the process less intimidating by helping you:
Focus on a topic (see: Writing a Historiographical Essay and Selected Reference Books)
Understand the difference between sources (see: Primary & Secondary Sources and Finding Books)
Use the library's databases (see: Finding Articles)
Find authoritative information on the web (see: Internet Resources)
Understand the sources you find (see: Evaluating Sources)
Use your sources properly (see: Citation)
200 Level Assessment Survey
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Library Hours: Fall & Spring Semesters
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Sat 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Research Help Desk Hours:
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Sat 12-4 p.m.