Use the CRAAP test developed at University of California (Chico) to determine the currency, relevance, authority, accuracy and purpose of an information source.
Lists the different kinds of resources, their potential utility for research, and their advantages and disadvantages.
The differences between using keywords and subject headings for searching online research databases.
An outline of the classification system used in academic libraries, to help you locate books in our collection.
Examples of the kinds of resources available from the library, and tips for using them effectively.
The EBSCO Discovery search box on the library home page helps you search nearly all library resources at once. The limiters that display to the left of your search results help you focus those results. The result is a smaller, more useful set of results.