Library research guides help you find scholarly information on your topic
The librarians at SC4 have created research guides for different topics and classes that can help you find information for your papers and projects. An alphabetic list of all of the guides is available on the library homepage under the Quick Links in the left hand column (shown below) or click here.
How to use the guides
Let's say that you are in the Criminal Justice program and have an assignment to find some scholarly sources of information for a paper, you might consult the Criminal Justice Library Research Guide for help. There are tabs across the top that help you find additional information, such as government websites, such as the FBI and U.S. Department of Justice, that provide statistical information. Note also the user-friendly URLs for the library research guides.
Check out these research guides by clicking on the links:
U.S. Civil Rights esearch.sc4.edu/civilrights
Race, Gender, & Religious Discrimination in the U.S. esearch.sc4.edu/discrimination
Human Trafficking esearch.sc4.edu/humantrafficking
ENG 102 Research Topics esearch.sc4.edu/eng102
Literary critiques & information about authors esearch.sc4.edu/literature
MLA Citation Style Format esearch.sc4.edu/mla
Psychology 180 esearch.sc4.edu/psychology