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Research Guides

ECO340: Economics of Labour: The Distribution of Earnings

Supports the course taught by Prof. Dwayne Benjamin.

Find online library encyclopedias

TIP: Encyclopedia articles can help you get started on your topic by providing background or an overview and context on your topic. They are not research resources, though they may summarize research on a topic. Use them for background and for references to other sources, but don't quote them in your paper. This is as true for library resources as it is for Wikipedia.

The library has many online encyclopedias and dictionaries. The following are two broad collections of reference resources:

Once you're in one of these collections, you can search on your specific topic.
 
 
This will bring up results in individual encyclopedias.
 

Finding individual online encyclopedias on a specific subject

Click on  Subjects A-Z:

 

Once you pick a broad subject, you'll find a list of online encyclopedias.