Looking in the library catalog is a great place to start. Not only can you find print books, but you can also find electronic books and journal articles as well.
The catalog is going to be your best bet for finding the resources you need!
Information is widely available these days, from Google to Wikipedia to Twitter. However, just because the information is available doesn't mean it is reliable or useful to your research needs. In order to be a good researcher, it's important to critically evaluate any information you find and to make sure you find useful books, article, websites, etc. Below are some reasons its important to evaluate what you find.
This guide will help you evaluate resources, both print and online, that you come across during your research. Critically evaluating resources is a skill that will help you write the best college papers possible.
UNC Writing Center tutorial on how to evaluate your sources.