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Readers' Guide Full Text Mega

This product combines the indexing based on the print version of Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature plus full text content available from EBSCO Publishing. Periodicals included are primarily popular, general interest magazines published in the...

Student research guide for English

First steps Your OneCard is your library card. New cards should be automatically registered. Working from home? Log in first Finding a focus Developing a research question (5:07) Background information Consult Dictionaries and encyclopedias Important...

Student Research Guide for Film Studies

First steps Your OneCard is your library card. New cards should be automatically registered. Working from home? Log in first Finding a focus Developing a research question (5:07) Important hints identify more items than you need (some may be hard to...

Evaluating resources

Evaluating resources: checklist Magazines vs scholarly journals Peer-reviewed articles/refereed journals Finding quality on the Internet Google Wikipedia Video Tutorials What is a peer reviewed journal? Identifying peer reviewed journals...

Evaluating resources

 Using Good Sources: Evaluating What You Find Author What are the author's qualifications? (education, past writings) If the author is part of an organization, what is the purpose of that organization? Publisher For journal articles, is the journal...

Evaluating resources checklist

Author What are the author's qualifications? (education, past writings) If the author is part of an organization, what is the purpose of that organization? Publisher For journal articles, is the journal peer reviewed? Is the publisher a university,...

Using Subject Guides

Get started with your research by looking at the Library's Subject Guides.

Copyright quick guide

Print course readings (reserves) Online course readings (Ares) Print coursepacks Classroom handouts Images Internet Media Music Print course readings (reserves) Contact: libreserves@wlu.ca General dos Original items (books, print journals...

Using Good Sources: Evaluating What You Find

How to make sure your sources are good ones.

Readers' Guide Retrospective: 1890-1982

This product provides indexing of many leading magazines, including that of the original Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature. Subject coverage includes topics such as history, culture, science and important developments for almost a century, from...

Marketing plan - Advanced Guides for multiple industries

BU 352 - Market Research Resources - Audio & Video equipment manufacturing BU 352 - Market Research Resources - Beer & Liquor BU 352 - Market Research Resources - eReaders BU 352 - Market Research Resources - Home improvement BU 352 -...

MyWorldAbroad

This interactive online guide and toolkit provides advice and information for those considering going abroad to study, volunteer, intern, teach, travel, or work. To use, register using a Laurier e-mail address. If you're not a Laurier student, staff or...

NoveList

NoveList provides access to reviews for 120,000 works of fiction. In addition, NoveList recommends similar titles and authors and provides guides for book discussions. (NoveList K-8 is now included in this content.) (This was previously funded by...

Chicago Manual of Style Online

Now in its 16th edition, the Chicago Manual of Style is one of the most referred to style manuals in the English language, guiding users on manuscript preparation, publication, grammar, usage, and documentation. This online version makes this information...

CCH Online

Instructions You must be in the library to use this resource. You must "login" using the Guest User profile, using "guest" (no quotes) as the password. Go to CCH Online to login. Java is required to use CCH. (Download Java here.) Available to students...

Canada's Information Resource Centre

This resource provides access to several Canadian reference works. Associations Canada Canadian Almanac & Directory Canadian Environmental Resource Guide Canadian Parliamentary Guide Canadian Who’s Who Financial Services Canada Governments...

Site index

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y A Aboriginal student centre resource library Academic advising Accessibile services Account (log in to your account) ACE (Accessible Content E-Portal...

Research instruction

Instruction services for faculty In-class or supplemental workshops A librarian can create a session to help your students: Focus and narrow a topic Find, evaluate and use appropriate scholarly materials Find specialized sources (e.g. primary...

Help by activity

Getting started Finding materials Evaluating resources Citing sources Linking to Library resources Publishing  Registering

Health Studies

Electronic encyclopedias This is a selection of online encyclopedias. Browse the reference shelves in the Social Work Library or search the Primo Library Catalogue for other encyclopedias, handbooks, and dictionaries. Encyclopedia of Canadian Social...

Women and Gender Studies

Start Your Research Picking a topic Developing a research question Common essay mistakes Find Articles Women & Gender Studies article databases (search here) How to find articles on a topic Using keywords effectively Narrowing down your search...

Music: Community Music

Start here: International Journal of Community Music The major research journal for the discipline Search by keyword or browse to discover research areas More music resources See Music Subject Guide to find books, videos, scores, recordings See...

Music History I

A) First Steps Your OneCard is your library card.  New cards should be automatically registered. Working from home?  Log in first B) Finding a focus Developing a research question (video tutorial: 5:07) Improving your thesis statement (video tutorial...

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