Biography Resource CenterBusiness Full-Text (Wilson)CountryWatchCounseling & Therapy TranscriptsCounseling and Therapy in VideoeBrary & EBSCO eBooksERIC (EBSCOhost)First ResearchJSTORLEXIS/NEXISMental Measurements YearbookMergent OnlineMorningstarPsycINFOSAGE Research Methods OnlineSAGE Research Methods Online: How can undergrads use SRMO?
Search eBrary (eBooks database)Download eBrary eBook, Chapters onto a KindleDownload & Use the eBrary App on iPhone or iPadDownload eBrary eBooks onto an iPhone or iPadDownload EBSCO eBooks onto an iPhone or iPadFind Company ProfilesImprove Results with the Online Thesaurus (EBSCOhost)Organize your Research with Folders (EBSCOhost)Research "Corporate Culture"Use Advanced Search (EBSCOhost)Use Interlibrary LoanUse Morningstar Portfolio X-RayUse Morningstar ScreenerHow to Create Folders and Save Citations & Articles in EBSCOhostCreate & share bibliographic list in WCL
Apple ResourcesDownloading & Using the eBrary App on iPhone or iPadDownload eBrary eBook, Chapters onto a KindleDownload eBrary eBooks onto an iPhone or iPadDownload EBSCO eBooks onto an iPhone or iPadMobile ComputingWeb ToolsUsing Naxos Music Library on iDevices
Pearson Library’s Top 10: The Essential GuideUsing the Library for ResearchDeveloping a TopicPopular and Scholarly SourcesPrimary and Secondary SourcesLibrary Resources Versus GoogleUsing Google ScholarWhat is a Library DatabaseWhy You Need to Cite SourcesGenerating Search TermsEvaluating Internet ResourcesUsing Wikipedia for Academic ResearchIncorporating Sources into Your PaperVoice MarkersSAGE Research Methods Online
Pearson Library's Top 10: The Essential GuideStarting the Research ProcessLibrary Resources Versus GoogleResearch on the Open WebChoosing the Right DatabaseKeyword IdentificationEvaluating ResourcesCitations and the Problem with PlagiarismGoing to See the Elephant: Exploring Social Media IssuesThinking About Vocation: How Failed Attempts and Second Guesses Fit in With Realizing Your CallingHow to Find Books & eBooksJSTORProQuestFirst-Year Information Literacy ModuleSophomore/Junior Information Literacy ModuleSenior Information Literacy Module
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 Select a tab to learn more about the research tools and databases available to you. The tutorials will walk you through  basic and advanced techniques. For further support, see the Help tab for the various ways you can get assistance. When in the library, stop by the Information Commons Desk for in-person assistance with library resources.                                                                                                                                     



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