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Library 101 - Drew Library: Where to Search
Information may be found here to help Library users navigate Library resources.
Have you been using Google for most (or all) of your research? That will not get you the reliable, scholarly sources you'll need for your research! Take a look at the short video below to learn about the difference between Google and library databases. Source: Cal State Fullerton, Pollak Library. After viewing the video, check out the resources at Drew Library. Questions? Contact the Library at email@example.com.
Using Library databases -- Search tips--video tutorials
Searching library databases: Now that you know more about Library databases, watch the short video below to learn how to use them more effectively. Source: Cal State Fullerton, Pollak Library.
A great place to start! When you use ScholarSearch, you are searching for the many resources that are available at our library. This includes books, e-books, journal and newspaper articles, including peer-reviewed articles, book reviews, encyclopedia articles, government documents, streaming videos, and much more.
Use the Drew Library Catalog to find books, ebooks, government documents and other items owned or accessed by Drew University
The catalog, since it focuses primarily on books, is a good place to look for lengthy discussions of topics.