Ask a librarian
For assistance with research assignments:
- Come to the Library. (See our Hours in the sidebar.)
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Call (802) 626-6450.
Click here to access the Library’s research guides. Each guide focuses on a subject (ex. Journalism, Business Resources), class or set of skills (ex. Finding and Using Images, Statistics).
How to find and use scholarly articles
- LSC Finding Articles (Pt 1): Database Basics
- LSC Finding Articles (Pt 2): Selecting a Database
- LSC Finding Articles (Pt 3): Search Strategies
- LSC Finding Articles (Pt 4): Managing Search Results
- How to use Integrated Search (EBSCO video)
- How to use Boolean operators (Emily G at Berry College)
Additional resources for articles and journals
- TILT: The Information Literacy Tutorial
- Primary & Secondary Sources: What’s the difference?
- Popular vs Scholarly Publications
- Paper Topics? (CCV video)
- Search Words? (CCV video)
How to find scholarly information on the web
There’s no shortage of information on the Internet. In fact, there’s an overabundance of it. Our job as web users to is be able to look at a source and evaluate it critically.
- Using Internet Sources
- Using Google for Academic Research (CCV video)
- Using Wikipedia for Academic Research (CCV video)
- Credible Websites? (CCV video)
How to use information in academic studies: citation and avoiding plagiarism