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Finding Information on Your Topic
Falvey Library Catalog (Books & Media)
Articles & More Search
Reference articles from encyclopedias, handbooks, and other reference works are a great way of getting an overview of your topic and the scholarly resources that are available. Find reference articles on your topic by doing a search in Articles & More and limiting your result format to reference. (Note: Formats may come up in a different order depending on the results of your search.)
News and Opinion Resources
ProQuest U.S. Newsstream
Alternative Press Index (EBSCO)
New York Times (NYTimes.com)
Users are required to create an individual account in order to access the NYT from off-campus or via mobile app. Create your account at AccessNYT.com. Download mobile apps from nytimes.com/mobile. Once your account is created, you can use it to log on to NYTimes.com from anywhere with full access.
Subscription courtesy of the Provost's Office and Falvey Memorial Library.
Polling/Public Opinion Resources
Roper Center for Public Opinion Research (iPOLL)
To download or analyze data online, each user needs to set up a free account.
Full Text Articles
There are many ways to find out if Falvey has the full text of an article when you have the article citation. Check out the Finding Full Text guide for more information.
Articles and books that are not owned by the library can be easily borrowed through our interlibrary loan system. ILLiad is best for requesting articles, and E-Z Borrow is the preferred method for requesting books that are available in that system.
Finding & Citing Images
- Research Guide: Finding Images for a Presentation
- Wikimedia Commons
Wikimedia Commons is a media file repository making available public domain and freely-licensed educational media content
A photo management and sharing site. Note licensing information for photos of interest.
Unrestricted-license, high resolution photos