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Search It is our newest library tool, searching across library resources like our catalog, digital collections, and over 200 databases! Watch the video below for an overview, or visit the Search It Guide for more in-depth information.
This easy-to-search collection of reference books is an excellent alternative to Wikipedia. Watch this video and learn how to find background information, definitions, facts, and lists of resources on a wide variety of subjects. Credo Reference is particularly strong in the Social Sciences and Cultural Studies.
Diversity Database Suite
This database is all about diversity. Its strongest feature is the capacity to search a number of resources simultaneously. If you are looking for grassroots media, are interested in historical and current perspectives of gender roles, or want to find material from ethnic and minortiy presses, watch this video to find out more about the Diversity Database Suite.
America History and Life
A comprehensive resource with indexes and abstracts of approximately 1700 journals in the field of United States and Canadian history. Also includes collections of essays, books, book reviews, dissertations, and conference papers.
Historical New York Times
Digitized version of the New York Times since its first issue in 1851. Patrons can search the full text of articles to find sources on a wide variety of topics.
Need to learn the basics of how to cite sources in MLA or APA? Check out the two citation guides by clicking on the buttons shown below.