Tip: When you find a secondary source that is especially useful for your research project, look at its full record in Primo to find its Library of Congress Subject Headings. Click on one of them and you'll find every other book that shares that same subject heading.
Collins Library uses the Library of Congress classification scheme to organize books on the shelves. Follow these tips to find the book you need.
Here are some clues to look for in the catalog record when you are evaluating whether a book is scholarly or popular:
When you have the book in hand, and still aren't sure if it is scholarly, you might want to do a little more digging, perhaps with a couple of quick Google searches:
The library has a film collection that includes documentaries related to many topics in food studies. Do a keyword search on your topic in Primo and then choose media or DVD as your 'Resource Type' to see which films are available.
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!