Answered By: Page Brannon
Last Updated: Dec 16, 2019     Views: 32

To locate information or research on your topic, you may use the Library's research databasescatalog, or QuickSearch all of which are located on the front page of the website in the Find Books & Articles box. You can find topic-specific research guides (for example psychology, law, engineering etc.) that can help you start your searches if you go to the home page and click Guides under "Research."

The Library subscribes to databases that contain research and information across a wide variety of topics.  You can find those databases here.

For more assistance with finding information or research on a topic, please contact the Library's Research Help Desk. You can also request an appointment with one of the subject librarians for more in-depth research.  

Additional Research Help service points in the Library are the Alaska Medical LibraryArchives & Special Collections, and Alaska Resources and Library Services.  

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