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Last Updated: Apr 7, 2015 URL: Print Guide Email Alerts

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What's in the Guide

This guide provides links to the most useful databases and resources for researching in Library and Information Science.  Use the tabs or follow the links below to navigate through this guide.

  • Find Articles - starting points and further suggestions for where to find journal articles
  • Books - from here, search for books in UW WorldCat and the UW Libraries Search (beta)
  • e-Journals - browse online journals
  • Dissertations - where and how to find dissertations from UW and beyond
  • Reference Sources - access background information in Library and Information Science
  • Website Resources - information on professional organizations and links to popluar blogs
  • Citation Managment - comparison chart of tools to organize and manage your citations
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    Information and News

    The UW Libraries has several orientation and "how-to" tutorials to help navigate the information landscape.  The Orientation series offers an introduction to various resources and services available through UW Libraries and the Quick Learning Series covers topics such as finding full text articles and using interlibrary loan/document delivery services.

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