This page includes some general resources to introduce you to the topic of library science, plus some books that provide an overview of a few different library career paths. Also included on this page are some resources related to the research process, organizing your research, and citing your sources.
When you have a topic in mind, it's a good idea to start thinking about search terms. The video and tips below provide more information.
Search terms can be found by scanning:
You can also use a thesaurus to identify synonyms or brainstorm keywords with a friend, instructor, or librarian.
Has it been awhile since you've had to develop a research question and a search strategy? Not sure how to navigate UK Libraries' resources?
Consider enrolling in Online Information Literacy, a free, self-paced course in UK's Canvas which was co-developed by your librarian. The course takes around 40 minutes to complete.
As you get started with your research, it's a great idea to manage your citations carefully. You might consider using citation management software to do this, especially if you are working on a literature review or other major project. UK subscribes to EndNote. There are other free tools as well, such as Zotero.
This guide provides information on accessing EndNote as well as some frequently asked questions related to its use.