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POLI 126AA: Modern Capitalism (Fall 2018): Find...

Hello Researchers!

This guide is designed to help you start your Political Science library research.

Please feel free to email me if you get stuck, have additional research questions, would like to set up an appointment, or have other sources to include in the guide.

Search Tip: Melvyl now also includes citations to articles from many (but definitely not all) of UC San Diego's article databases. 

Search for an item in libraries near you:
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Search Tip: Roger is UC San Diego's Library catalog. Use it to find whether we own books, journals, films, maps, documents, etc. Will not return results for individual journal articles.

rogerroger   Books, Journals, Dissertations,
Conference Proceedings...
My Library Account    
Search Roger by Title, Author, etc.

 

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While the Library is closed and we have no access to our own print collection, UC San Diego users will have access to scanned copies of books owned by the University of California Libraries that were deposited in HathiTrust, The HathiTrust.org Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS) has opened up copyrighted material in the HathiTrust digital library to member institutions with copies of those items in their physical collections. Millions of digitized books available through HathiTrust which are also in UC libraries’ collections are now available online to UC students, faculty, and staff. Use your UC credentials to login to the HathiTrust Digital Library, and then check-out in copyright books for online reading access for renewable one-hour loans. You can also still, as before, read and download public domain books at will.

Search Engines

Search tip: Use these Google Custom Search Engines to search for current online documents, publications, and websites from international organizations, nongovernmental organizations, or governments:

 





 

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Finding Wikipedia articles to edit

Tips:
  • Avoid "Featured" or "Good“ articles
  • Avoid controversial topics for your first edits
  • Many topics on Wikipedia belong to a WikiProject, a group of Wikipedians focusing on improving coverage in a certain category. Check the article’s Talk page.
    • WikiProject pages usually have an assessment table
    • Your best bets are Stub and Start articles of Mid, High, or Top importance.

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