1. Explore topic basics (casual searching)
2. Background (books and reference sources)
3. Current research (library databases)
4. Support your argument (source citation)
5. Drafts & revisions (research librarians & learning commons)
Reference sources can provide quick authoritative overviews of your topic in additional to general background information. Some examples of reference sources include encyclopedias, dictionaries, and handbooks.
The location of books should be listed in the item record under "Find a copy in the library". Location information is listed in the first column of each table, as shown in this screenshot. Below are possible Locations associated with Salisbury University Libraries.
SU Guerrieri Academic Commons...
There are over 100,000 Ebooks in Library's collection. Ebooks can be used 24/7 from any computer with an internet connection.
If a book is not available in SU Libraries, we can check to see if it is available through other libraries in the University System of Maryland. If not we can request it through Interlibrary Loan. You can access your account below. For information on how ILL works and how to set up your account, go here.