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This guide provides an overview of library resources for New College LifeTrack students. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me, or use the Ask a Librarian chat box below to request assistance.
This page offers an overview of the resources available at UA Libraries, including brief video tutorials for our main resources.
Getting Ready to Research
Links to reference sources to help you learn the basics about your topic, and brainstorming exercises to help you refine your research question.
Finding Scholarly Sources
Find scholarly journal articles and books, and learn more about the peer review process for scholarly research.
Information and links to help you fact check and evaluate sources. This page is especially useful if you're using popular sources.
Writing and Citation Help
Links to resources for APA, MLA, and Chicago style, citation managers, and the UA Writing Center.
On this page, you'll find lists of recommended databases, resource guides, and specialist librarians for each NCLT depth study, and resources for creating a digital project.
Resources for Distance Learners
This tab links to a guide with information about using UA Libraries as a distance learner, including how to check out physical books as a distance student.
Library Resources During COVID-19
Visit this guide for up-to-date information on library policies affected by COVID-19.
Research and Instructional Services Librarian