This guide is designed to help students taking the course Disability as Diversity. It lists resources and tools that will help you find books and articles in the library, cite your sources, and use other resources the university has available.
What If I Need Help?
Contact your librarian, Ash Lierman, at 856-256-4979 or firstname.lastname@example.org !
The following video describes how to find articles using library resources. Click the arrows in the bottom right of the video frame to enlarge. You can also go to the video page for a transcript and links:
Also note that Library Search actually searches for books and journal articles simultaneously, unless you narrow your search to only books, via the menu options on the left side of the screen.
The following video describes how to find and use books in the library, and how books can be helpful to you in writing research papers. Click the arrows in the bottom right of the video frame to enlarge. You can also go to the video page for a transcript and links:
These are software tools designed to help you save, organize, and cite the sources you find for your research.
Have an unusual citation problem to solve, or need to learn the mechanics of APA style? These tools provide more information and examples.