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Getting Started Guide

This getting started packet details how to access eBooks, electronic journals, databases, and library help from on or off campus.

Off Campus Access

Follow these steps to access library resources when you are not on campus.

Once you've logged in, you can use most of the library’s subscription resources, including databases, electronic journals, and eBooks.

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The research process

Steps for locating information for a research paper/project:

  1. Select a topic of interest and then state your topic as a question
  2. Identify the key concepts and words that describe your question
  3. Locate and retrieve information sources that support the topic question; this includes using library catalogs to locate reference books, encyclopedias, bibliographies, handbooks, statistics, videos, and other media
  4. Use online databases to find journal articles, newspapers, statistics, and other kinds of supporting materials
  5. Find Internet resources; this may include government documents, images, graphs, data, maps and more
  6. Evaluate what you find; take detailed notes; summarize and quote source material accurately
  7. Cite your sources of information accurately
    • Use a bibliographic management program such as EndNote to organize materials and write your paper with properly formatted citations

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