NEW: Research Peer tutors are available for walk-in appointments for ENG1110 and Second Level Writing, Monday - Thursday 12 - 3 PM in Thompson Library 122A. (Find additional English 1110 Resources here.)
Subject Guides (OSU Libraries)
Subject Librarians (OSU Libraries)
Choosing & Using Academic Resources: A Guide to Academic Research (a free ebook by OSU Libraries)
Research Help in Thompson Library
If you need additional help with your research, including finding articles, organizing your research, or citing your sources, you can visit the reference desk on the first floor of Thompson Library. Autumn semester hours are Monday - Thursday, 9 am to 9 pm; Friday, 9 am to 5 pm; and Sunday, 11 am to 9 pm. You can also visit libanswers.osu.edu and use the contact information there to call, email, or chat with a reference team member.
More Reccomended Databases (OSU library's list of recommended research databases)
Academic Search Complete [Selected Articles in Full Text]
ERIC (EBSCO version)
JSTOR [Selected Articles in Full Text]
American Psychological Association (APA Documentation Style)
The Modern Language Association (MLA Documentation Style)
A quick guide on: Using and acknowledging sources
Guide to Grammar and Writing, Dedicated to the memory of Dr. Charles Darling
The Elements of Style by William Strunk Jr.
The Purdue Online Writing Laboratory: A very useful collection of articles on academic writing
A Student's Guide to Research with the WWW (World Wide Web):An in-depth look at the anatomy of a web page
BEAM: A Solution That Might Shine (OSU Libraries)
Writing Center Research Project: "The Writing Centers Research Project at the University of Louisville conducts and supports research on writing center theory and practice and maintains a research repository of historical, empirical, and scholarly materials related to Writing Center Studies"