If you're not sure how to start your research or assess information, these guides can help you develop a search strategy and identify the best sources of information:
If you would like more assistance:
Use the e-resources below as starting points for your research. A login may be required for access.
If these resources aren't meeting your needs, there is a lot more information to be found on our e-resources page and through Library Search.
Depending on the scope of your research and the nature of your end product, the following guides may also be useful to you.
Library Search lets you find print and electronic resources from across the Library's many collections.
Just enter a few keywords related to your topic. Then, on the search results page, use the tools in the left column to narrow your results by date, format, and subject.
This guide was compiled and edited by the 2019 LIT Summer Students, Laura Edwards and Desirae Laviolette Brown