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RefWorks is a citation manager that can help you centralize and organize citations and output them per your chosen style (e.g., Chicago/Turabian, ACS, APA, etc.). Our colleague, Adam Mazel, has created a separate guide that provide all the information you will need to know to successfully use Refworks. Go to the Refworks guide.
This guide will focus on finding online resources that will be available to you wherever you find yourself. While Schaffer Library will re-open for the fall term, this guide will primarily help you succeed in this course while working remotely.
Primo allows you to search across a large portion of the library's collections to explore topics, identify relevant databases, and evaluate the results, all within a single search experience. Includes books, journal articles, and more. (Watch a six minute video on using Primo)
The Journals link lists what journals and newspapers the library has access to. If you have found a citation and want to see if you can get to the full-text, use this tab to search for the journal title.(not the article title (Watch a five minute video on finding journals)
Books in the Catalog
Try: keyword searches relevant to your topic.
Look at the subjects for a book that is of interest to you. Follow the subject links to more resources on the topic. Books are organized by subject on the shelves - you can browse for other titles nearby.
With Primo: scopes are searchable domains...the default scope is to search everything, books, articles and more. "everything" combines the library catalog(mostly books) and e-resources (mostly articles).