Did you know each college, discipline, and major has their own dedicated librarian? Find yours here:
The library has research guides on all major subjects and for many courses! Find yours here:
If you need anything Bell Library doesn't own, Interlibrary Loan is the service that can find those materials to you!
Usually, we'll be able to get the material in a few days, but a hard copy (like a full book or journal issue) will take us a little longer.
Don't forget: If you are currently a registered Distance Learner with the Registrar's Office or designated as a Remote Researcher; you can have books from Bell Library’s Main Collection, and borrowed interlibrary loan materials, shipped directly to your home for free. We also supply a prepaid return label for your convenience.
Often when students have research projects, they're required to present opposing points of view. The resources below are designed to provide students with varying perspectives on current, complex issues.
Let's be real: the Internet is too big. If you want to limit yourself or help limit your students to quality resources, have them start here!
Replace Wikipedia with Credo Reference, a database that pulls from all sorts of encyclopedia and dictionaries to get students the background information they need.
Afraid they'll drown in the Quick Search? Point your students to Academic Search Complete! Covering a broad spectrum of subjects, this database has something for everyone without overloading students with millions of results.