Search the following popular databases (available from the University of Toronto Libraries) to locate scholarly articles on your topic. Download full-text of articles from the library's databases. TIP: Don't pay for articles on Google! The library provides free access. If you have any trouble, please ask a librarian for assistance.
Search the library catalogue to find e-books, books at UTSC library, and request books from other U of T libraries. Ask a librarian if you have any questions. TIP: Your T-card is your library card.
The library has multiple newspaper databases. These databases allow you to search multiple newspapers at the same time, and provide you with far greater historical access (often decades) than you'd find on Google. TIP: When searching for newspaper articles, use 'real world' keywords that you'd expect to find in popular sources. Example: Specific people, places, things, events.
There are a wide variety of citation management tools available to you to save and organize your research, as well as cite sources in your assignments. See below for details. Assistance is available in the library.
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