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This guide contains information on how to:

  • find and use library resources
  • identify the difference between scholarly and popular journals and articles
  • evaluate sources to determine reliability and relevancy
  • cite sources correctly


There are several types of resources available for research purposes through the Jung-Kellogg Library, both in print and electronic format. The tabs along the top of the page provide details on the different types of resources listed below:

Books Books can provide detailed background and historical information about any given topic. The library has a good selection of literature and literary criticism books.
eBooks Published in electronic format, eBooks are good for accessing information wherever you are and for downloading on a compatible device to use offline. The library subscribes to several eBook collections containing over 200,000 titles
Articles Articles from journals, magazines, and newspapers are an excellent resource for recent reviews and literary criticism on published works. The library databases, journals a-z, and print periodicals collection can help connect you with these articles.