A great tool for writing papers, RefWorks helps you export bibliographic records from databases, change the citation styles as needed, and import the citation directly into a Word document so you can create bibliographies on the fly.
Use our Ask-a-Librarian Service to chat live with a librarian. (Chat box found in the right column)
Email Lynne Rudasill at email@example.com
Contact an individual librarian to request an appointment for an in-depth Research Consultation.
There are over 25 departmental libraries on our campus, and sometimes it may be difficult to determine where to find the resources you need. For your class, the library that you will be using most is the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library (SSHEL). We are located in SSHEL North (Room 100) and SSHEL South (Room 101) of the Main Library building. Do no hesitate to come in and ask one of our energetic and helpful information desk assistants.
Research Process A step-by-step guide to research that takes you through the entire process, from choosing your topic to citing sources.
LEARN - The LEARN to Use the Library site provides a wide range of information from very basic to advanced for those of you who want (or need) to know more about how the Library and research actually work.