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Use Primo, the new Levin Library search engine, to find material for your assignments, including:
- Print and electronic books and journal articles;
- Streaming media, DVDs, and sound recordings;
- Education Resource Center books, kits, and multimedia materials.
We welcome your comments as we roll out Primo! If you have questions or concerns, please take our survey.
Databases: for Articles, E-Books, Streaming Media
These databases link to electronic journal articles, electronic books, and streaming video.
Need a Specific Article or Journal?
If you have the citation for an article, or are looking for one specific journal, use our electronic journals list.
Levin Library Resource Guides
Resource Guides (LibGuides) will help you find journal articles, background information, reliable web sites -- related specifically to assignments, courses, or disciplines.
Citing Your Sources
See our Citation Help LibGuide for information about:
- NoodleTools and RefWorks;
- APA, MLA, and Chicago styles;
- Avoiding plagiarism.
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Have a look at the Levin Library Reference and Research Help page. All the information you need, in one place.
- Use chat, phone, text, or email;
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- Contact subject specialist librarians.
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