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GEOG-G 391: GEOGRAPHY OF INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Library resources and maps to support GEOGRAPHY OF INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CURRENT ISSUES IN GLOBALIZATION, DEVELOPMENT AND JUSTICE)

OneSearch@IU: A Great Starting Place

OneSearch@IU searches most of the Libraries' databases. It is a great place to start your research.

Direct access at: libraries.indiana.edu/resources/onesearch

OneSearch@IU
Limit Your Results

More databases can be found on the Libraries homepage under the "Research" tab or the "Top Recommended Resources" (bottom of the page). 

OneSearch Tutorial

OneSearch is sort of like Google for libraries. It searches within the hundreds of individual databases that IU Libraries subscribes to all at once. It primarily searches for articles.

This video tutorial shows how to access OneSearch and search effectively using filters including the use of the Peer-Review limiter.

IUCAT Tutorial

IUCAT is the catalog of items that IU Libraries owns. These are primarily books, but also include other items like musical scores, recordings, DVDs, etc. Ebooks are also found in this catalog. IUCAT includes holdings from all IU campuses.

This video tutorial shows how to access and search IUCAT, with particular emphasis on using limiters to select items that are available on the Bloomington campus.

Search IUCAT

IUCAT is the IUB Libraries catalog. Find books, journals, music, and more!



Ways to access IUCAT:  

Citation Managers

Citation managers format references in the style you choose (e.g., APA, MLA, Chicago). Many of these have plug-ins for web browsers and word processors, and can make your life MUCH easier! I recommend Zotero, but all of these are good options for organizing your research and automatically creating in-text citations and reference lists. 

IU students have free access to several citation managers (i.e., "bibliographic software").

NOTE: Always check the accuracy of citations created through these tools. They can be very helpful, but may make mistakes.


Citation Managers at IU