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In this tutorial you will navigate the Loyola University Libraries website to search the LUC Libraries Catalog, discover research guides and find librarian subject specialists. This box contains instructions on how to use the website to the right.
What You Will Learn
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As a Loyola student, you have access to a vast collection of online databases and research tools. The Loyola University Libraries website is your starting point to access information through the library.
The LUC Libraries Catalog is the big search box in the middle of the homepage. It connects you to Loyola Libraries collections of books, ebooks, DVDs, streaming video and many of our article databases.
Let's explore some of the resources available.
Research guides connect you with information in a specific subject area. Whether your major is history, education or political science, there is a research guide for you!
What is one of the Most Used Resources in this discipline?
Explore the guide to find other useful resources for your major.
Librarians are available to help you with your research. Once you choose your major, you can find the librarian that works specifically with your subject area.
Who is the librarian who specializes in your major?
Excellent work navigating the Loyola University Libraries website to find research guides and a subject specialist librarian who can help you with your research!
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