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Where to Start Your Research  

A guide to help you find Library eResources to get started in your research.
Last Updated: Aug 29, 2014 URL: http://libguides.marymountcalifornia.edu/research Print Guide RSS Updates

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Getting Started: All Subject Areas

  • Get the Basics: Encyclopedias +
  • Britannica Online  
      
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    Search one of the most scholarly of English language encyclopaedias.
  • Credo Reference  
      
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    Search hundreds of specialized encyclopedias, dictionaries, and atlases.
  • Consult News Sources
  • Alt-Press Watch  
      
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    Search newspapers, magazines & journals of alternative and independent presses.
  • LA Times Historical  
      
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    Search the LA Times newspaper archive from 1881-1986.
  • National Newspaper Core  
      
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    Find news articles from five major newspapers, including LA Times and NY Times.
  • Go More In-Depth
  • Academic Search Premier  
      
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    Search mainly news, magazine, and journal articles across all subjects.
  • CQ Researcher  
      
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    Search in-depth reports on current social isssues.
  • eBrary  
      
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    Browse and find e-books available to read online 24/7, in all subject areas.
  • Films on Demand  
      
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    Search and stream documentary films from all subject areas.
  • Opposing Viewpoints  
      
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    Find opinions on current issues with balanced pro/con debates.
  • ProQuest Research Library  
      
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    Search mainly magazines and journal articles covering all subject areas.
  • NEW! Wiley Online Library - Journals  Icon
    Wiley Online Library allows searching of articles from hundreds of electronic journals published by Wiley and related companies. Note that Marymount does not subscribe to all of the journals or books in the Wiley Online Library; items whose full text is accessible are denoted by an open padlock icon.
 

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