Want to save yourself time and sorrow in formatting and sharing bibliographies for papers and group projects? Need to put that reference list and those in-text citations in APA format? It’s a snap with RefWorks! Oops, did you need them in Chicago style? Just make a change to your list! You’re really missing out if you aren’t using this amazing and friendly software program underwritten and brought to you courtesy of the Consortium Library.
You can find RefWorks (along with a short tutorial) on the Consortium Library’s homepage. You won’t be disappointed!
Finding scholarly content can be a challenge nowadays. How do you determine that a source that you find on the internet is credible, accurate and effectively supports your research topic? Start your search with the library’s databases! The library subscribes to over 200 databases covering topics from construction management to theatre and dance.
Speaking of dance, the librarians at the University of Washington put together a video based on Lady Gaga’s song, Poker Face to showcase their amazing library resources:
Librarians Do Gaga
Graduate student theses (Master’s level) and dissertations (PhD – Doctoral level) are searchable through QuickSearch on the Consortium Library’s home page, or you can go to the Dissertations/Theses Full Text database directly. Questions? Ask a librarian!
The Consortium Library has lots of Ebooks on all sorts of topics. There are several ways to find them:
1. search the list of Ebooks
2. limit QuickSearch to “Books/eBooks”
3. search our new library catalog interface; once you find some results, limit to “Electronic resource.”
Questions? Start with this helpful Guide to Ebooks or Ask a Librarian.