You've got a research project and need to find and use scholarly resources. Making the right decision about where to search can help make the process go much easier. See the information below for helpful tips about selecting and using academic resources.
Use the Library catalog when
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Please go HERE for tips on understanding catalog results.
Why use an academic database? Take a look at the short video below for good information.
Video source: Yavapi College Library
Watch the short video below for some helpful tips for searching academic databases. Still confused? Contact email@example.com for help.
Searching Library Databases.
GoogleScholar is an easy-to-use tool that has value when doing scholarly research. Note: It should NOT be your only place to search for scholarly resources and be careful...take time to vet each source thoroughly.
Use GoogleScholar when:
Please go HERE for excellent information about accessing GoogleScholar.
Please go HERE for excellent information about using GoogleScholar effectively.
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