Answered By: Linda Hutchings Last Updated: Dec 04, 2018 Views: 309
First, find a Research Guide or Course Guide that relates to your subject or discipline. Click either "Guides" or "Subject Guides"on the library home page then select a Subject or Course guide or the Research Starter Guide..
Second, review the resources in the Guide, hand-picked by librarians to be the best for that discipline or course. Usually, there is a section of background, reference or encyclopedic sources that will be the first resource to investigate. You want to try and get 5 things from resources:
Fourth, use bibliographic tools such as RefWorks to help build your bibliographies automatically.