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Encyclopedias, dictionaries, maps, stats, and more.
Find books on your topic both here at Midd and beyond.
Discover library databases, journals, and articles.
Created at the time of an event or time period, primary sources may include newspaper articles, memoirs, letters, and more.
DVDs, Video, Music CDs, Audiobooks, Podcasts, and Art.
Recommended websites, citation help, and research tips.
Why and how to cite, with examples.
Software to organize your sources & create bibliographies.
What would you do? Learn about academic integrity in this self-tutorial.
The definitive guide to MLA, available in print in the Reference Section.
The definitive guide to Chicago, available online.
Not sure which citation style to use? Ask your professor!
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Citation and Style Guide
Provides an overview of why and how we cite, as well as practical introductions to APA, Chicago/Turabian, MLA, and other citation styles. Additional information on citation management tools (Zotero, RefWords) and plagiarism is provided.
Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender Studies Research Guide
Detailed list of resources for LGBT studies at Midd.
Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies Research Guide
Detailed list of resources for GSFS at Midd.
Library and Technology Guide
Take a quick tour of library and technology resources at Midd. This guide tells you the best places to study, where you can find computers, and tips for getting the most out of the library. The guide also provides a general introduction to LIS services, research basics, finding articles, books, reference sources, stats, and multimedia. Includes maps.
Comprehensive list of Reference materials at Midd, including encyclopedias, dictionaries, government documents, maps, stats, and more.
Sociology Research Guide
Detailed list of resources for Sociology at Midd.
Spanish Research Guide
Detailed list of resources for Spanish at Midd.