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Searching Library Databases

To search for articles in a broad range of academic journals, go the library’s list of general and interdisciplinary databases and search some of those. I recommend Academic Search Premier, JSTOR, and Google Scholar, but keep in mind that you can’t use these databases unless you’re either on campus or logged into the campus network via VPN*. These databases index …

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How to Search the CU Library’s Databases of Articles

NOTE:  When you go to the CU Library main page, you’ll see a search window you can use to search Chinook, which is the library’s online catalog of books and other hard copy materials. Use the Chinook search window ONLY if you’re looking for books or other materials you plan to go to the library in person to check out …

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Resources to help you with research

Norlin Library Research Center If you’d like some one-on-one assistance from a librarian with any stage of the research process, stop by the Research Center in Norlin Library, Room E111. The Center is open from 2:00-5:00 on Mondays through Thursdays. Resources on the CU library’s web site Research and Subject Guides College Writing and Research Guide How do I…? (answers …

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If today's fifth graders are making video documentaries instead of writing research papers, what will count as "writing" by the time they arrive at college?