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FALL 2021 LIBRARY SERVICES
Start with the basic knowledge about your topic.
Encyclopedias can help with narrowing your topic. And they're great for overviews too!
~ Table of contents: what's covered and how it's organized
~ Articles, often written by subject experts
~ Lists of further reading or sources
~ Index to find specific terms or concepts
Full-text. Hundreds of encyclopedias for background research on many subjects. A good place to get overviews for your topic. Topics include business, history, art, science, health, and more.
Full-text. Encyclopedia articles on math and science topics. Includes biographies for scientific figures, and science and technology developments.
Salem Press Reference
Full-text. Encyclopedias and reference titles covering literature, history, environmental science, and health.
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