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FYS Healing Women: Start Here

Library resources for Professor Craddock's FYS

Your FYS Librarian

Where to Find Articles

Database searches yield the best results for articles. They allow you to search just for articles, and even to limit your results to scholarly sources. You can learn more about databases on the Research Hub

The databases listed here are particularly useful for this course.

Searching All Library Resources

Go to the library at www.southwestern.edu/library-and-it/ to search the catalog [WorldCat@SU] and databases. Bookmark the site for future use. Also find the library in the Academic Life section of the SU app.

Create a list of words or concepts related to your topic and use them to search the catalog. Search results will include books, media, articles and more. To find just books, use the Search Tools to limit Format to Books. The Description in a book's record includes contents and subject headings. Click on a Subjects link to find other books on the topic. You can also Browse the Shelf for related titles. 


Try a couple of these subjects in WorldCat@SU to get started:

women healers | traditional medicine | spiritual therapies | medicine religious aspects

Books at SLC: click on the cover to find it in WorldCat@SU

Avoid plagiarism: document your sources

Always cite your sources! Providing a citation credits sources you use, helps other readers locate a source, and is an important element of academic honesty. 

For this course, choose either MLA or Turabian style and then consistently use that format for your citations.

Purdue OWL covers the basics of MLA formatting and style. For the most complete information, use the Handbook, available in the Research Commons and on Reserve.

Turabian Quick Guide covers the basics of Turabian style. The Student's Guide has more detailed information and can be found in the Research Commons and on Reserve.

           

Clicking the SU Bike icon will take you to the Research Hub.