The first two databases are great places to find sources on topics about writing. But even if your ENL101 class is not requiring outside research, you may be in another course that does. In addition you will find a few good general databases to get you started. If you are not finding what you need, please contact the reference desk for assistance! These are only a few of our resources. :)
Our open stacks are located on the third and fifth floors of the library. The third floor has the arts and music collections and all other subjects are on the fifth floor. We use the Library of Congress call number system, so A-Z fifth floor, with M, N on the third. Searching our discovery system (similar to an online catalog, but better) Primo, will give you the call numbers you need before you look for your books.
We also have a closed stack collection in storage. If your book location is here, bring your request to the Circulation desk. You will be notified by email when it is ready for pickup.
If you go into the stacks and cannot find the title you need, please come to the Circulation desk to ask for assistance. The book may be in a reshelving area.
Database searching is very different than searching Google. We have gathered some of the best tutorials and videos out there on these topics for you.