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Getting Help

See the links at the far right of this LibGuide to this subject librarian.

However, many of your questions can be answered by librarians at the Reference Desk, which is open most hours the library is.

Assistance is also provided by 24/7 Real Time Reference, live internet chat help.

You can also schedule a consulation with a subject librarian.

      

      Assists in Finding Books

    • COAST Library Catalog
      Book catalog to over one million books available in the University Library. Links to full text electronic books and government documents.
    • Location of Materials
      This link will tell you which call numbers are on which floors and where different kinds of materials are located in the Library.
    • My Library Account
      Use this link to create a Library Password, renew books, check the status of LINK+ requests, etc; and use other interlibrary loan services.
    • Other Libraries
      Links to other libraries and resources in our area.
    • Reserves
      Use this link to find materials placed on Reserve by your instructor.
    • Understanding Call Numbers
      Learn how books and other materials are organized in the Library.
    • WorldCat
      Worldwide catalog of some 100 million books held in libaries across America and other countries.
     

    Welcome!

    This guide is designed to provide an introduction for finding biographies and biographical information using a variety of research tools, either those which CSULB provides, or that are freely available on the Internet.

     

    Citing Your Research

    You have several options to help you format your research using proper citation styles.

    Many of our databases have citation formatting options:

    1). When you get some results from a research database, look for a CITE link. It might show your article in one of several bibliographic formats.

    2.) If you decide to e-mail the article, look for a CITATION FORMAT option. You may be able to e-mail all your results in a particular style.

    See our Style Manual and Citation Methods Libguide, you can get lots of help there.

    Consider using our REFWORKS Citation Management software. A good option if you are going to write a major research paper or preparing something for for publication.

    Subject Librarian

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