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Starting Your Research: Getting Started
A basic research guide to taking you through the library research process.
Not sure where to start your research? Which database to begin with? Where are the books? How to access articles? How to access journals? Who to contact for help? Below are quick tips and suggestions to help you get started with your library research
Search: Start by searching the Primo Discovery platform. Limit the results list with "Filter my results".
Identify: Click on the item you would like to view from the search results list.
Access: Scroll to the "View Online" section of the full record to view the full-text option(s) of the item
These research tools give you an overview of the resources our subject expert librarians found to be the best on a given topic. You can start by browsing the Research Guides by subject, patron group, or type. Once you have found the guide pertaining to your subject, you just click away from quality sources for your research.