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ID 201 Transition Success Evening & Online Programs: Digital Library Resources

This guide is designed to help transfer students make a successful transition to Limestone College.

Research Helps

The Limestone Library has many digital resources for research. As you research your paper topic, use the links below to search databases for articles, e-books, newspapers, trade publications, e-videos, and more. 

You can search all the Limestone Library databases at once using the EBSCOHost search box, or you can search individual databases by subject. For example, if you are writing a paper about Social Work careers you could select the following subject databases: Social Science, Psychiology, Criminal Justice, etc.

For the citation assignments you will need to use the Limestone Library's  NoodleBib citation generator.

Evaluating Internet Sources HELP

Search All EBSCO Databases in the Library's Collection

Research databases
Limit Your Results

Search Engines

Chose any search engine to locate a reliable website:

ID 201 Library Orientation

Opposing Viewpoints

Search Helps

Below you will find search boxes to help you with the research project for ID 201. Scroll all the way down to view databases listed by subject. 

Quick Search EBSCOhost E-Books

EBSCOhost E-Books
Formerly NetLibrary, our EBSCOhost electronic book collection contains the majority of our electronic books, including Fergerson's Career eBook Collections.

Searching Films on Demand

From the Films On Demand database conduct a keyword search on your research topic. 

Films on Demand is a source of high-quality video and multimedia for academic, vocational and life-skills content. Streaming video is available in a variety of subject areas.


Career Resources

Web Services Librarian

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Janet Ward, MLIS
AJ Eastwood Library
Limestone College
1115 College Drive
Gaffney, SC 29340
Office: 864-488-8351 Cell: 864-492-8079
If you are experiencing problems with our guides, please contact Janet S. Ward,, Associate Professor and Web Services Librarian.