Learn the three access points to library services & resources that will help you both speed up & deepen the research process: 1. library search, 2. get help, and 3. research guides.
Find out how databases can make your academic research more productive and efficient. Learn about choosing a database, limiting your results in useful ways, and locating articles.
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Reaxys and SciFindern don't display "Find it at BC" buttons, although the rest of the process of getting or requesting an article is similar.
The library catalog is the place to begin if you are looking for books, journal articles, cds, dvds, and other research materials. This video focuses on how to find books in the library system. For more detail, see Catalog Help.
BC Libraries has over 3 million items, but we don't have everything. Find out what to do when your search results don't get you the materials you need.
This video will explain why it’s a good idea to use a citation management tool, and introduce you to the basic functions of Zotero. For links to style guides and more, see our Citation Guide.