A tour of the library homepage.
A-Z database list page
How library databases are different from Google, and other commercial search engines
Finding the library databases on literature, literary criticism, biography
How to develop useful search strings to make one's research more efficient - to find your info quickly and thoroughly.
How to use filters to narrow a search: full-text, date, source type, etc.
Getting your resources in the format that you want: where to find print, email and save.
.Time for you to search these sources and ask a librarian if you have a problem.
MLA Style documentaion.
If you want to work with a librarian, there are several ways to contact us:
Go to the library's Information Desk at the front door and tell the students you want to see a librarian.
The librarian on call will come to the desk, take you to an office and work with you there.
Call the Research Help number from your phone 610-683-4165,
The librarian will work with you on the phone,
If you are in the library, s(he) will come and work with you at your computer.
Librarians are available Monday through Thursday 10 to 8; Friday 10 to 4; Sunday 2 to 8.