Answered By: Rhonda Whithaus
Last Updated: Feb 22, 2017     Views: 69

We have several different places to start.

The databases on the Try First: Resources for Research page are a good place to start if you aren’t sure which database to use. We also have a how-to on finding articles

We also have many course guides and subject guides that have specific databases listed. If you would like to contact a subject specialist librarian for more help, you can find subject speciality and contact information from the directory.

You can also request in-depth research assistance through our Research Assistance Program. You can sign up for a RAP session online.