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Interlibrary Loan Request
When all else fails, request a copy.
UA Libraries' discovery tool-- use this to simultaneously search the libraries catalog, digital special collections, ebooks and ejournals, in addition to most of the databases.
Useful for interdisciplinary topics.
Unreliable for comprehensive searching.
In This Guide
Hello EN 455 Students!
In this guide, you will find resources for doing local history and genealogy research including using Ancestry.com and local newspapers. You will also find lots of information about government documents that might be useful for your research project on a family member who was alive between 1930 and 1940!
Template for Library Day Exercise
Follow this link, sign into your crimson account, and copy the document into your crimson google drive. When you are ready to turn the document in, please email it to your librarian as an attachment.
Coordinator of Library Instruction & Liaison to the English Department