Online Databases and Indexes to Journals:
Contain abstracts and full text for articles from peer reviewed journals, non-peer reviewed journals, magazines and newspapers.
Online Reference Books:
Includes encyclopedias, dictionaries, manuals, etc. that are searchable and readable online.
These websites have been recommended by Saint Leo faculty and librarians.
Print Reference Books:
Includes encyclopedias, dictionaries, manuals, handbooks, almanacs, atlases, directories, etc. (Located in the Cannon Memorial Library/University Campus)
A listing of print (hard copy) periodicals and journals that the library subscribes to. (Located in the Cannon Memorial Library/University Campus)
A basic component of a well-rounded college education is the ability to exercise basic scholarly skills by doing original research, developing a research thesis and presenting concepts in a scholarly format.
Today's POL/CRM-332 session was designed to introduce you to
library resources that you will likely use when completing your
research paper. As a result of today's session, you will: