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Beginning Your Research in History (Fall 2020): Home

A guide to beginning your research in history using only electronic resources, with physical material access shut down in 2020.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln University Libraries

This guide is designed to get students started with research in history, and it has been revised in light of the hybrid and flexible learning environment for Fall 2020. This guide emphasizes full-text resources that students will have access to electronically.

What brings you here?

I need to figure out a topic or understand my research topic better
I need to find scholarly articles about my topic
I'm looking for books on my topic
I'm looking for primary sources
I need help citing my sources
I'm totally lost and don't know where to start

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