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You have access to a great many SU Libraries resources and services, whether you are on campus or off. While we cope with COVID-19, the SU Libraries are open ONLY for SU faculty, staff, and students at this time, in keeping with Governor Hogan's order that state buildings be closed to the public; access is by swiping your Gull Card on the card readers near the doors.
We will continue to update the SU Libraries COVID-19 Updates and Resources Guide on our current situation. If you have any questions, however, feel free to reach out to me at my email below.
SU Libraries COVID-19 Updates and Resources
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This guide is a great place to start out for Sociology Research. You will find information on:
- Find Articles: Where to go and tips for searching databases
- Find Books: How to search the Library catalog
- Internet Sources: How to evaluate internet sources and some that may be particularly helpful
- Background Information: Reference sources
- Class Guides: Links to other Sociology classes
- Cite Your Sources: APA and ASA style guide information
- Writing & Research Help: Places to get help