The Research Hub has been upgraded to give you a cleaner, more responsive experience. Here are the details on the changes.
1. See different types of guides from the homepage.
- Course guides: Created specifically for your course by a librarian, these guides contain resources to support class assignments.
- Databases & guides by subject: See a list of the recommended databases, guides that have been created, and the librarian subject matter expert. Organized by academic discipline.
- General interest guides: These guides are not tied to a specific discipline or course.
- Government resources guides: Links to government websites and other primary source material published by the government.
- How Do I … ? guides: Step-by-step instructions and comprehensive guides for common library activities.
- Research & resource guides: Just starting out? Need more in-depth information? Check this area for a guide.
2. Go directly to a searchable list of all our databases.
Our new A-Z databases list offers an easy interface to help you find the right database for your needs.
3. Overwhelmed? Have a specific question? Search our FAQ or contact us directly.
We now have a Frequently Asked Questions database. If you can’t find the answer to your question, drop us a line and we’ll get right back to you.
4. Frequently used databases quicklinks.
These are the most-used databases on our campus. Start your research with one click.
5. Search e-reserves.
Search for items your instructor has placed on e-reserve by course number (example: POLS 120), course name, or instructor’s name. To browse, just click Search. For physical reserves, you’ll still have to come in to the library and ask for the item at the front desk.