Some databases include a variety of types of publications (scholarly journals, newspapers, etc.) and content (articles, book reviews, etc.) Look for ways to refine a search by type.
SCHOLARLY JOURNALS are written by and for scholars. In databases, look for a option to limit results to peer-reviewed scholarly articles.
Collect citations, store PDFs, create bibliographies and more!
Search for physical and digital books, films and other media in our library catalog.
CBBcat includes different types of materials. To identify SCHOLARLY BOOKS, investigate the publisher, author (college/university professor?), and quality of references. Look at the writing style and examine the arguments presented. Who is the intended audience?
For remote learning, look for a small circular red E in the icons to the left of your results . These are online resources. (E-books, streams, digital documents.)
Or use the drop-downs on the CBBcat search page, for a more precise search.
If you're on campus, there is still access to the Miller Library bookstacks and you can order books from Bixler, Olin, the Annex, Bates and Bowdoin by clicking CBB Request in an item record. These can be picked up at Miller.
SAMPLE SUBJECT HEADINGS IN CBBCAT:
The Chicago Citation Style has two systems. The Author-Date system is commonly used for Anthropology.
For more information about citing images, see the library guide CITING IMAGES