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How to Use this Guide
This guide is a compilation of resources for Global Women's Studies courses and research.
How to Research - Not sure how to start your research or find resources online? This tab has step-by-step instructions to help you get started.
Background Resources - General resources like dictionaries and encyclopedias to help you better understand your topic.
Find Articles & Databases - A collection of online library databases to help you find articles and journals about your topic.
Find Books - A collection of books that are available online or in-person in the library.
Primary Sources - Original historical documents such as manuscripts, letters, diaries, and newspapers on a variety of topics involving women.
Along with this research guide, the Harold B. Lee Library has many services and resources for you to use, including:
- Reserving a group study room
- Scheduling an appointment with the Research and Writing Center
- Interlibrary Loan
- Books on Course Reserve
- and many more!
Click the link below to see all the services the library offers!
Pro Tip for Remote Access: Login to the Library Website
Login to the library website for the best access to online resources.
Look for the Login icon in the upper right corner.
For more tips, see "How to Research"
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