This guide is for finding eReference books which includes dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks and other reference sources. Reference works are good sources for background information, quick facts, overview of subject, and fine tuning your topic. You may also find these materials in the library catalog; refine your search by Reference Entries.
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This guide will help you to find funding opportunities from private, public or international sources across the disciplines (including the humanities and social sciences). Two databases are highlighted in this guide, Pivot and Foundation Directory Online.
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