You may have noticed that the Reference Websites page received a facelift. Well, this site is now a LibGuide, rather than a website. With this change from a website to a LibGuide, it is much faster and easier to update the reference websites information and links because the changes are instantaneous.
If you are unfamiliar with what the Reference Websites resource is, it is basically a website, or in this case, a LibGuide listing a variety of subject areas – 33 of them to be exact, such as Art, Chemistry, Education, Health Management, Mathematics, etc. Then, within each of the subject areas, the LibGuide lists a variety of valuable websites to visit for further research. For example, if you are writing a paper in the area of Communications, click on “Communications.” A list of websites within this subject area will appear, such as American Communication Association, American Rhetoric, and Writing Guides, to name a few. If you need more resources in the area of Criminal Justice, just click on “Criminal Justice” to get a whole list of additional resources, like the FBI Records, or National Archive of Criminal Justice Data.
By knowing where to go for additional research in your subject area, you will be able to add a wealth of resources to your papers and projects. So, be sure to visit this newest LibGuide, now! Otherwise, feel free to view other LibGuides at http://libguides.bellevue.edu. For more information about LibGuides, please contact the Bellevue University Reference Desk at email@example.com, 402-557-7313, or by using our 24/7 Librarian Chat service found on the Library website.
Originally posted in the Freeman/Lozier Library’s quarterly newsletter, More Than Books, V. 19 No. 2, Spring 2016.