The Libraries has over 700 databases, thousands of ebooks, and tens of thousands of online journals. This guide is an attempt to distil those resources into a set of core resources that you will find most useful. It is not intended to be exhaustive. If you need more assistance please contact me.
The guide is divided up in pages, with each page focusing on a particular type of information that can be used to complete your projects. From finding research articles to locating data sources, the guide outlines reputable, high quality resources.
Locating Library resources has hints on locating journals and requesting materials from the library.
Subject Resources will highlight key subject databases that can help you narrow and focus your search on specific topics as well as find journal articles on your topic.
Accessing Journals and Doing the Literature Review provides some resources for finding specific scholarly journals and suggestions on how to do a literature review.
LionSearch and Google Scholar allow you to search across disciplines. This can be useful for interdisciplinary topics like public administration, amongst other topics.
Citing your sources has resources to help you manage the bibliographies for your projects.
These guides can be used to expand on the resources in your course guide.