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ENG 7 (Vanderhoof) - Responses to Injustice: Welcome!

Welcome!

This library guide will help you with your research project for ENG 7 where you need to explore a systematic injustice experienced by a collective group. 

Why the library?

When you search Google or other free search engines, you are only searching a small fraction of all of the information in existence.  There is much of the web that these search engines just cannot access.  Unlike these search engines, the library, through its online and physical collections, provides access to costly published materials, like books and articles that Google cannot provide access to, due to copyright restrictions. Published materials have gone through the expense and editing of the publishing process, which lends them a higher credibility (and expense). The college library specializes in providing you with free & efficient access to the expensive scholarly information that you need to use for academic research projects.

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Examples of resources you might use for a research project:

  1. Reference - Use primarily for part one.  Find using library eReference databases and library catalog

  2. Books - Use for all parts.  Find using the library catalog and eBook database

  3. Videos - Use primarily for part one and two.  Find using library catalog and video databases

  4. Articles - Use primarily for parts two and three. find using library catalog and periodical databases

  5. Credible websites - Uses can vary.  Find using Google.  Evaluate!  Stick with sites ending in .org, .gov, or .edu.

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