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ENG103-Youngs

A research guides for students in ENG103

Brainstorm a Topic

The research process starts with an idea.  That idea leads tpeople communicating via many mediao another idea,  and another, and another.  It's called  brainstorming - gathering what you already know, what you want to know and what you might need to know in one spot. There's no rules and no grades for this part of the research process, just thinking! Click the image on the right or just start brainstorming here!

Focus Your Search. Find:

Click on the links below to find focused research guides on subjects and courses.

Check for course reserve itemsWe have many textbooks, DVDs, anatomical models and other materials available for students to use in the library.  We actively work with your instructors to provide you with access to these items. Use the link below to see what we have on reserve.

eBook Central  (one of our favorites!).
Need help getting started?  Use the I need Help website.

Click for more eBooks:

Looking for something in the Library? Start with this list of videos and DVDs that support FM's courses and programs.  These items are located on the first floor.  Links below are to available streaming media sites.

The link below will take you to our Databases by Subject page.

Evans Library - search for books on our shelves using Primo.

Fill out a request form.  Books, DVDs and magazines!  Our circulating collection is closed for browsing, but we will get you what you need.

Public Libraries - books from libraries in area public libraries

WorldCat - books from libraries all over the world.

Resource Sharing - request books and materials from other libraries.
 (We used to call this InterLibrary Loan!)

If you need help remember to ask a librarian.

Discover books, articles, videos and more

When asked, enter your MyFM username and password for access.
Video: How to access library resources from home

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