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Use this guide as a starting point for your research on this topic. Each of the tabs above helps you find a specific kind of information about your topic:
* Background Information to learn the basic facts about your topic.
* Selected Article Databases for suggested search words and links to the databases containing magazine, newspaper, and academic peer-reviewed research articles about your topic.
* Selected Book Sources for suggested search words and links to the Oakton and I-Share Catalogs to find books about your topic.
* Selected Websites & Google Search Tips for getting information about your topic faster, easier, and more reliably than basic Google searches.
The Oakton Library faculty have selected these reliable sources of information for you to make your research easier and faster.
You will need to use your Oakton username and password to access Oakton Library databases from an off-campus computer.
The intent of this guide is to give you a beginning point for starting your research in Jewish Studies. In particular you should be able to find relevent books, journal articles, reliable websites and guidance when you are working on course related papers and familiarizing yourself with materials available from the Oakton Community College Library.
Choose from the tabs above to begin. Please do not hesitate to contact me or another of the reference librarians should you want additional information.