Reference resources can provide a nice starting place in your research to provide an overview of key ideas, especially if you are unsure of how to begin a project.
Search by keyword for eBooks in the Library Catalog.
To serve you better, we have highlighted our newest resources on the 1st floor of the library near the circulation desk. Many resources are also available on the 3rd floor.
In many cases, you can refine your search using a region or group to focus your search. For example
United States--History or
In many cases you can even add specific time frames such as
While "History" is the primary subject heading, you can narrow to specific aspects of this larger topic using some of the following terms along with the regional and time designation as noted above:
Library of Congress Call Numbers are an alphanumeric code that allow for the organization of related resources within the same shelf space.
For history, you will most commonly find materials within the call letters C-F which can be located on the 3rd floor of Webster Library. These further break into
For more specific, areas, you can consult the OPAC or a librarian.