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HIST 362: The Old South: General Information
This guide highlights resources that may be helpful for student research.
Go to an appropriate database. (If you are looking for reviews of history books you wouldn't go to a medical database like PubMed. If you don't know which databases would be appropriate, check out the Useful Databases tab.)
In the search box, type in the title of the book. If the title contains multiple words, put quotation marks around the title.
If you have the option of telling the database you want to search subjects, search subjects.
Make sure that you set your limits to only return scholarly articles.
It is possible that there may be no scholarly book reviews for your book.
Having trouble with a paper? Need help getting sources? Need some advice on a good place to start a research project? The library can help. If your quesiton is too detailed for a quick stop by the Research Assistance desk, you can schedule a library consultation with a librarian. Follow this link for more information, and to schedule a session. http://www.lib.campbell.edu/research-consultation
This search displays, by title, the library's holdings for over 94,000 periodicals, including scholarly journals, popular magazines, and newspapers (such as Science, Time, and The Wall Street Journal).