When you imagine a typical library, you probably picture endless shelves of books that contain limitless information. While the Madigan Library does contain many books in its collection, the library also provides access to many online resources like journals, scholarly articles, eBooks, and streaming media that you can access any time and from any where you are.
If you need help researching, you have a variety of ways of contacting the librarians who are here to help you. This guide will show you the different resources provided by the Madigan Library, how to successfully search those resources, and how to properly cite those resources in your projects.
Please explore the guide and contact us if you have any questions about the library's resources and how to access them.
Have you found the perfect article for your project but don't know how to properly cite it? Are you not sure about the difference between MLA and APA? Did you find a website but are unsure whether or not the information is trustworthy? We created resources that can help you create citations and evaluate internet sources.
Are you having trouble finding resources, or don't know where to start your search? Our librarians are here to help you! We have many ways to contact a librarian. Whether you want to work with your subject librarian or ask a quick question, the librarians at Madigan Library are ready to answer your questions.