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Terminology when searching library databases

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  • job hunting
  • internship programs
  • careers
  • Employment Interviewing

TIPS for using Reference Materials

HINT: Often signed encyclopedia or handbook articles (references sources) are written by experts who have written other texts (books, articles, blog posts, etc.) You can search for those authors in CLICsearch or Google to discover some of their other works. Reference sources often also have a Further Reading section or a Bibliography at the end of them, with other sources on your topic, that can be worth exploring. 

Reference = Background Information

Examples of Online Reference Books