Starting a research project can be tricky, but the library has resources and people to get you on the right path.
Books can help you answer those big research questions, like “What were the major causes of the Cold War?” or “How have African-Americans been depicted throughout film history?” Articles help fill in details and provide in-depth analysis on specialized topics. This page explains how to find both.
Not sure how to get started? Got a super-complicated question? Librarians help you focus your research and find materials to support your learning.
These guides contain our librarians’ top tips on resources and other tools relevant to your area of study.
APA! MLA! Chicago! Citation can be confusing. Here are some resources to get you on the right track.