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First Year Seminars: FYS 161-3 Same Sex Desire

The Research Process

Looking Beyond Google: Helpful Library Research Tools

Focus: Reference Tools for Finding Background Information
Develop: Find Books Using MUSCAT Plus and WorldCat
Develop: Use Article Databases to Find Evidence

Primary Source Collections

Primary sources provide firsthand accounts of events, objects, people, or works. There are many different types and kinds of primary sources (letters, diaries, original writing, newspapers, etc). Below you will find two collections that tie in to the themes of your course: 

Cite Your Sources

The Chicago Manual of Style 17th edition is used for this class. There is a copy at the Research Help Desk  (Ref Desk Z253 .U69 2017). 

Purdue OWL offers a quick reference for questions related to The Chicago Manual of Style.

For more information on citation, see our citation guide.