. . Find sources for my research?
Starting your research can be tough, but these pages can help you along the way. If you're stuck at any point, talk to a librarian Librarians can save you time and work by pointing you toward the best source of information for your topic.
. . Find article on a topic?
The ULS has access to millions of full-text articles online through the ULS Databases.
. . Find background sources for the study of Western religions?
Look for information in dictionaries, encyclopedias,and handbooks.
. . Get items that are on Reserve?
Instructors often put materials on “reserve” so that everyone in the class has equal access to the materials.
. . Know if a source is "scholarly" or "peer reviewed"?
Most instructors ask student to use “peer reviewed” or “scholarly” sources for assignments. Here’s how to recognize when an information source is scholarly . . .
. . Get help with writing and citing sources?
. .Find tips on how to evaluate Internet sources?