Don't use Google and Wikipedia! Start with this database which contains full text encyclopedia articles that you can cite in your work. Can't find what you're looking for? Try a broader term or synonym. Check the tab "Background Information" to try two other encyclopedic databases.
Use this to find information about anything related to human disease, experiments, and anything medical. To find highly readable articles, limit your search to Review Articles. See the Review Articles tab for more information.
A very comprehensive indexing database! You'll need to use the Find It button for almost every article in this database. Web of Science does rank articles based on how many times it has been cited, which is very helpful! You can also narrow based on Review Article. See the tab for "Review Articles" to get more help, or ask a librarian!
Can't find your topic anywhere else? Google Scholar will search open access journals, databases, and authoritative websites. Use this instead of regular Google. Look for the FIND IT button and the PDF button.
Services and Resources for Students
At the library you can:
Use your BroncoID to checkout materials and to print.
Checkout a Study Room ( Others are available on a first come, first serve basis).
4th floor is a quiet study area.
Check out a laptop, (Mac or PC) for use inside the Library.