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This guide will assist you with finding the appropriate library materials for your research in Architecture,
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Welcome to Architecture and Urbanism in Modern China

This guide will assist you with discovering important library resources for Architecture and Urbanism in Modern China.

Research Check-List

Think about your topic.  Brainstorm with yourself!  What are some possible subject terms you could use to search for resources about your topic?  Try them.  Review your results.  Are you finding what you need?

Here is a basic check-list of "things to do" when conducting research:

  • Check the Architecture Subject Guide
    Use the subject guide to lead you to the right databases to use and other resources appropriate for this discipline.
  • Obtain a RefWorks account
    Obtain a RefWorks account so that you can manage your citation information for your research project. Access tutorials to learn more about RefWorks.
  • Use ILL
    Use Interlibrary loan ( ILLiad) when the library does not own the materials you have identified as important and you need to borrow them from another library.
  • Search USF Libraries Catalog
    Look here for books, journals, media and other materials the library may have about your topic.
  • Search the Architecture databases
    Identify and search appropriate dance databases for your topic.
  • Search the Image databases
    Search the appropriate image databases for images of your topic if appropriate.
  • Refer to Citing Sources
    Use this page to find out information about how to cite sources using the MLA Style.
  • Go to the Writing Center
    The Writing Center offers assistance to any student who wants to improve his or her writing skills. It is a place for writers of all skill levels to take chances, ask questions, and further develop their writing abilities.
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