Literature Databases are used to identify articles from peer-reviewed journals and other types of periodicals.
Easy Search is a search and discovery tool that allows you to search a variety of article, book, and Web sites simultaneously. There are a number of subject-specific categories you can limit your search to, including one for Arts & Humanities Articles, and more. Selecting the Books category searches the Library Online Catalog, the I-Share catalog for state academic libraries, Google Books, Microsoft Live Books, and Amazon Books. For more information see What is Easy Search?
The University of Illinois Library, the largest public academic libraries in the United States, is steward to one of the world’s premier research collections. This collection contains over 13 million volumes and 24 million other items in all formats, which can be found in over 30 departmantal libraries and centers.
Finding something from our campus Library system can seem daunting at first look, but there are a myriad of ways to learn how about how to search our vast wealth of resources to find just the right thing you need for your scholarly work.
This guide provides a brief overview of important tools to locate scholarly materials. It also provides links to information on how to identify and locate information you need.
There are librarian subject specialists in many discipline areas to assist you. Many provide bibliographic insturction on how to find and use our many resources. Many also provide guides and tutorials that can be found on their departmental libraries' and centers' webapges.
Additionally there are several excellent Learn to Use the Library tools available from the campus Library portal.
Just Ask A Librarian if you need help along the way!