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Library Research Using GALILEO

GALILEO is an online library of databases that provides authoritative information that isn't available through free search engines.

Through GALILEO you have access to over 100 databases that include journal articles, eBooks, photographs, maps and charts, directories, streaming video, dictionaries, and more. 

Use this guide to find out how to use GALILEO to meet your research needs. Learn how to log into GALILEO, find eBooks and articles, and how to use the database, Opposing Viewpoints in Context. 

Research and Writing

Copyright Guide

Provides guidance to faculty and students regarding the use of copyrighted materials for educational and research purposes.

MLA Style Guide

This LibGuide is a quick resource for citing references and using and understanding MLA style often used in the humanities. It does not replace MLA's official style manuals -- The MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (seventh edition) or The MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing (third edition). If you have questions about citing sources in your work, consult the manuals and talk to your instructor.

Chicago Style Guide

This video will introduce you to the Chicago Manual of Style and how to use it when citing sources