This Research Guide seeks to help you identify authoritative and useful background information, journal articles, and books for your SUS 231 research project.
If you are having trouble finding what you need, don't hesitate to get in touch with Dan Bowell, University Librarian.
Call numbers will indicate where an item is in the Library based on its collection.
Proprietary databases to which Taylor University subscribes have distinctive differences from search engines such as Google or Google Scholar. A database, generally, is a collection of information organized to provide efficient retrieval of subject matter, specifically scholarly subject matter. They tend to be narrower in scope than Google or Google Scholar.
Prominent features of proprietary databases generally:
Zondervan Library subscribes to over 75 research databases that contain journal, magazine, and newspaper articles on both general and specific disciplines. There are pros and cons for each option. Awareness of the content, organization, precision of search capabilities can save you time and yield the most appropriate and relevant results.
For more information see What is a library database? (Western Oregon University) http://www.wou.edu/provost/library/clip/tutorials/lib_database.htm
What do Librarians have to do with it?
Librarians are available for assistance: