Need citation help? This How to Cite guide offers information about and links to citation generators, style manuals, and more.
Professor Pezzoli recommends that you use the Turabian, 9th edition, Author-Date style for your literature review.
You can use the free EndNote Web to create and manage your citations.
Welcome USP Senior Sequence! Browse the tabs above to get started with research in your Area of Concentration. There is a lot of cross-over in the subject areas, so be sure to browse the other tabs as resources in your area run dry.
Note that this page is just a starting point...there are lots of other resources that may be helpful in your research. The area of concentration tabs on this guide point to the "best bet" article databases for that subject, and to related library guides where available. I strongly recommend taking a look at the main USP research guide, as well; it points to several more resources that can help with your literature review.
If you have trouble identifying resources (databases, books, etc.) for your topic, feel free to contact Kelly for help. Amy Work, our GIS Librarian, can assist you with questions about GIS and poster printing.
1) The library's Get Started with Research guide offers some great help, including a short video tutorial on how to search the library catalog, search strategies for finding relevant journal articles, and how to get the full text of a journal article.
3) You must be connected to the campus VPN to access the library's online resources from off-campus. Please see the Connect from Off-Campus instructions for more information. Be sure to select 2-Step Secured - Allthruucsd from the group drop-down menu while authenticating.
4) The library's COVID-19 response page has additional information about library services during the COVID-19 closure. Learn about curbside pickup, article/chapter scans, temporary access to certain online materials, and more.