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Classics 2808: The Animal in Greek Literature and Thought (Spring 2016): Home

A guide to library research

Welcome to Olin & Uris

Welcome to
Olin & Uris Libraries!

Don't pay for stuff!

 

Never pay for an article or book or access to resources.

In most cases (except for textbooks), the Cornell Library has online journals, newspapers, magazines, ebooks and print books, or can get them for you at no charge to you! 

Passkey can help you find it at Cornell, or Ask a Librarian.

About this guide

This guide is designed to help with library research required for this course. Use the blue tabs above to navigate through the guide.  Each tab relates to a step in the library research process.

 

"Odysseus Sirens BM E440 n2" by English:  Siren Painter (eponymous vase) - Jastrow (2006).
Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

Use ALL the tools!

USE ALL THE TOOLS!

The best research uses everything, all the tools, and the best tool for the task.

But not all tools are equal. Google and Wikipedia have their uses, but when it comes to scholarly research, rely on restricted tools/resources which are superior, have more content, and are free to Cornellians.

Open to the World Tools

               Restricted/Subscription/Academic Tools

Google

                Library databases

Google Scholar/Google Books

                  Books/HathiTrust

Wikipedia

                    Online & print scholarly encyclopedias

NYT.com

                        Newspaper databases & archives

websites

                        Journals (online & print)

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