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General Database Resources

Google Scholar

This service is Google's method of searching the invisible web. To see the full text of many of these sources, you need to be "authenticated" as a legitimate UIUC user. Do so by searching for the source title on the A-Z list of electronic journals and newspapers. Also try the advanced search.

General Journal Databases

Native American Databases

Latino Resources

Creating Citations

Noodle Tools

Create citations in APA, MLA or Chicago Style using a step-by-step process.

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Books

UIUC Online Catalog - Searches all UIUC libraries.

You can use subject headings to refine your search. So if, for instance, you are looking for specific ethnic and racial history or statistics of the city of Chicago, you can use these headings:

Chicago (Ill.)—Ethnic relations  

Chicago (Ill.)—Statistics

Hispanic Americans—Illinois—Chicago

Just copy and paste one of the above headings into the search field, and select "Subject" as the category.

If a book is not available at UIUC . . .

  • I-Share - Searches for items in more than 80 academic libraries in Illinois, including UIUC.
  • WorldCat - Searches for items in libraries throughout the world.

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