Scholarly books can also be excellent sources for establishing historical and cultural background, locating background information, or placing your topic in context with related issues. Search Collins Library Primo Search for titles. A sampling of potentially relevant books is listed below.
Using Primo and keywords from your concept map, find a book related to your topic.
1. Does Collins Library have this book? Where would you find it?
2. Click on the tab "item details" to find the subject headings. What are they?
3. Click on one of the subject headings for the book and re-run the search. Then use the facets on the right to find a book published since 2000.
The colored text lets you know the availability of an item.
Collins Library uses the Library of Congress classification scheme to organize books on the shelves. Follow these tips to find the book you need.
This subject guide highlights only a small portion of the many resources available to you. If you're not finding what you need, don't hesitate to contact Katy!