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PHY 107 - Frontiers in Physics

Resources to help you conduct research for PHY 107

What's In This Guide

This course guide is a collection of links to help you navigate library resources.  On this guide you will find several pages with information that you may find useful in your research and studies.

  • Home: Information on the structure of the guide and where to find various kinds of information within this guide.
  • Databases: Links to databases and other resources that you will find useful to your research and studies in Physics.
  • Finding Articles: Help locating and accessing databases, journals and articles.
  • Finding Books: Help locating physics books and identifying reference sources.
  • Finding Other Resources: Information about relevant Physics standards, units and conversion, data sets, and a variety of other miscellany.
  • Why to Cite Sources: Provides reasons to cite sources, a quick list showing the difference between an in-text citation vs. a reference list, and parts of a reference
  • Avoiding Plagiarism: Learn common strategies for avoiding plagiarism, the definition of what is plagiarism, five tips for avoiding plagiarism, examples of plagiarism, and a look at copyright.

Connect with the Library from Off Campus

Here are some tips to help you access materials from home.

  1. Start at Milner Library's home page or any research guide.
  2. Consult the Research, Subject, and Course Guides to find recommended resources and research help.
  3. Use the Chat or Email function to access our virtual reference desk.
  4. Contact your Subject Librarian for help.

Relevant Guides

Subject Librarian

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Julie Murphy
Milner 517
Subjects: Physics