Tertiary sources, such as subject encyclopedias and textbooks, are excellent starting points in your research. Use them to find:
At Collins Library, you can access subject encyclopedias in a variety of formats: print, ebook, or via larger digital collections.
Print encyclopedias are located on the first floor of the library, across from the Learning Commons.
Specific online encyclopedias can be searched for and accessed via PRIMO, the library's discovery platform.
Large digital collections of subject encyclopedias can be accessed via several publisher-based platforms.
The subject encyclopedias, guides, overviews, and histories listed below are likely to be especially useful for this course. All of them are available online.
The last day of peer research advising was May 8, 2022. Peer research advisors will be resuming hours in the fall!