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ENGL 103 - Payne: Find books

In the research process: BOOKS

1. Explore topic context & primary sources (the open web)
2. Learn the background (library catalog --> books)
3. Scholarly conversations (multi-subject databases: journal articles)
4. Support your argument (source citation)
5. Rinse, repeat; drafts & revisions (research librarians, writing center)


Want to know the history of millennial dating?  GenX'er dating?  Victorian dating?  



(and pssssst!  They are usually also a scholarly source!*)

You can easily search books by typing in your **broad** keywords in the search box below.  You will get all sorts of search results - by using the filters on the left side of the results screen, you can choose the "book" option and take it from there!  


*just don't pick a romance novel, or a sketchy self-published book, mmmhkay?

Call Number Locator

Call Number Locator

The call number of a library item is like its home address.

Copy and paste any call number you find in WorldCat Discovery to see where it lives in the library.

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