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ENGL 305 Payne: Find books

In the research process: BOOKS

    1. Explore topic context (casual web searching)
    2. Learn basic topic information (library catalog: books)

    3. Find a "niche" by the current scholarly conversations (library databases: articles)
    4. Synthesize your ideas with previous scholarship (source citation)
    5. Drafts & revisions (librarians & learning commons)

      Find books

      1. Rwanda - 1 million+ results

      2. add genocide. Notice your results are more specific. Not current enough or not owned by SU? Order through ILL.

      3. Limit results to BOOKS under format on the left side of your screen.

      4. Cite/Export this book citation to RefWorks: Conspiracy to murder : the Rwandan genocide‚Äč

      5. Use Call Number Locator to see where the book is shelved.

      Found it in the catalog? Use the call number locator to find it in the building.

      Call Number Locator - The call number of a library item is like a home address. Copy and paste any call number you find in the library catalog to see where it lives in the library.