Databases from other vendors:
Look for options in databases to limit your results to articles in scholarly, peer-reviewed journals.
Search for physical and digital books, films and other media in our library catalog.
To identify SCHOLARLY BOOKS, investigate/examine the:
REMOTE LEARNING: look for a small circular red E in the icons to the left of your results . These are online resources.
Or use the drop-downs on the CBBcat search page, for a more precise search.
ON CAMPUS: Order books for Miller pickup by clicking CBB Request in an item record. Miller Library bookstacks are also physically accessible when the library is open.
Use an ASTERISK to stand in for different word endings: gene* > genes, genetic, etc.
Use QUOTATION MARKS to "glue together" a phrase: "reproductive rights"
Use PARENTHESES with OR to search synonyms: (death OR dying)
KEYWORDS are only a combination of letters
Use SUBJECT HEADINGS to find articles/books tagged as being about that subject
Sample Subject Headings in CBBcat:
Check the notes, references and bibliographies of every relevant article or book to find more sources.
Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University. "Explore Bioethics Topics" feature. Search for recommended books in CBBcat.
Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature. NIH Exhibition. Information and images.