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This guide provides links and descriptions for some of the most frequently used electronic reference sources.
Last Updated: May 28, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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In this guide you'll find lots of examples of Electronic Reference Sources, which can help you to find background information or facts quickly. Use the above tabs to find electronic encyclopedias, dictionaries, biographical sources, book reviews or world facts


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This guide primarily displays general reference materials—in other words, those that cover a wide range of topics or are applicable to a wide range of projects. But there are many more subject specific materials available through the library. To find them, there are a number of things you can do:

  • You can visit the library's Articles and Databases page and choose a subject, or resource type. The page includes one specifically dedicated to Reference Tools, which provides links to general as well as subject-specific reference works, as do many of the individual subject pages .
  • You can visit the Subject Guide page for the subject in which you're interested. For many subjects, librarians have listed the top resources available, including background and reference materials.
  • You can try a search in the library's catalog. First, search for the subject (e.g., "politics," "literature," "music," "psychology"). Then, within the search results, look for the filter on the right-hand side of the screen. Click "Reference," and the search results will only display reference materials. 

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