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Not sure where to start? Begin here.
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 and magazine articles, memoirs, letters, and more.
Learn about additional resources at the library.
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 Chicago, available online.
The definitive guide to ASA style, available in print in the Reference Section.
Not sure which citation style to use? Ask your professor!