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Research assistance, subject guides, and useful resources compiled by your friendly librarians.
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How to Use Course & Subject Guides

Have you ever needed to research a subject you’re not familiar with and didn’t know where to start?

Do you ever need articles, books and journals on a particular subject and don’t know where to look?

University of Redlands Librarians are experts in navigating specific areas of study. They have carefully selected the best resources for your research. Subject guides are an all-in-one research guide to finding key research books, articles, e-journals, and websites in an academic discipline.  Course guides are a one-stop starting point tailored specifically for the assignments in a particular class. 

The home page of each research guide lets you know what content is available in the Subject or Course Guide and includes the subject librarian’s contact information

Navigate through the subject guide via the tabs or links from the home page. Most guides include the following research tools: finding books, finding scholarly articles, links to significant websites, and citation style guides.

If you have questions you can always just “Ask us!”

 

2013 Armacost Library Undergraduate Research Award Recipient

Alexander Bollella's paper titled "Bridging the Divide: A Comparative Analysis of the Feminist Movement in Turkey and the United States” synthesized a broad range of scholarship from multiple disciplines, and her research strategy essay reflected her evolution as a scholar in relation to self awareness of her own positionality and her recognition that feminist research "hides" in multiple disciplines, and perhaps hides more deeply in non-U.S. scholarship. Her faculty sponsor was Dr. Pat Wasielewski, Sociology & Anthropology department. Congratulations! (Pictured above with her faculty sponsor Dr. Pat Wasielewski.)

 

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