References sources are a great place to start your research. They provide brief, credible introductions to a topic. Examples include:
Links/resources to the right of this box are specific to this discipline. General resources not directly related to Modern Languages can be found on the library database page.
Reference resources are organized in a way that aids searching (alphabetically, chronologically, etc). Most include an index which will direct you to the appropriate section. Tips for searching:
Things to watch out for:
The books listed below are especially useful for acquiring background information or reading up on the history of your topic. They can also be helpful in providing key words that you will use when searching electronic databases for journal articles.You can find additional print books by searching the library catalog. Online reference material can be accessed through GVRL and Oxford Reference.