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ENGL 105 (Mariconti): Searching for Resources

Searching Library Resources




Starting Your Search

Using some of the keywords you have come up with, try searching the library’s website for suitable resources.

You can search Articles + AND the library’s catalog through our website here: 

You can find links to individual databases that may be helpful on the E-Research by Discipline page of our website

Questions to consider as you search:

  • What material are you finding?  
  • Did you need to refine keywords?
  • Did you adjust any facets/toggles to refine your search results?
  • Can you click through and explore an item?
  • Can you download the item or find a stable link to it?
  • Can you search within the item?
  • Does it lead to other items you may find useful?

If you find anything interesting or relevant,make a note and we will share with the group.

Questions to consider:

  • What made this item worth paying attention to?
  • How is it relevant to your research topic?

Frequently Used Databases

Interlibrary Loan

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Can't find the material you need at our library? You can request it from another library through interlibrary loan.