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Reference Sources
Encyclopedias, dictionaries, maps, stats, and more.
Find books on your topic both here at Midd and beyond.
Discover library databases, journals, and articles.
Primary Sources
Created at the time of an event or time period, primary sources may include newspaper and magazine articles, memoirs, letters, and more.
Learn Chinese
Find textbooks, tutorials, pleasure reading materials, Chinese audiobooks, podcasts, and DVDs.
Art, Movies, DVDs, Music, CDs, and more
Recommended websites, library basics, and citation help.


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 Full-text database of scholarly journals
China Academic Journals
Full-text scholarly journals from China
ProQuest Arts
Scholarly journals & dissertations.

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Cite It!

Citation Guide

Midd Citation Guide

Why and how to cite, with examples.



Software to organize your sources & create bibliographies.

Academic Integrity Tutorial

Academic Integrity

What would you do? Learn about academic integrity in this self-tutorial.

MLA Handbook

MLA Handbook

The definitive guide to MLA, available in print in the Reference Section.

Chicago Manual of Style

Chicago Manual

The definitive guide to Chicago, available online.

Not sure which citation style to use? Ask your professor!

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  • Foreign Office Files (China) 1919-1980
    Archival documents from the British Foreign Office that deal with China, Hong Kong, or Taiwan from between 1919 through 1980.
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  • Data Planet
    4.3 billion datasets sourced from over 70 authoritative public, private, domestic and international sources.
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  • BrowZine
    BrowZine allows you to browse and track new issues of scholarly journals. It's modeled on the experience of browsing the latest issues of journals in the library's Periodicals section. Available online and via a mobile app.
    Through Nov. 6, 2015
  • Dictionary of American Regional English (Harvard)
    American regional words, phrases, and pronunciations. The digital edition features audio, interactive maps, and insights into the DARE Survey.
    Through Nov. 6, 2015

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