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Humanitarian Action

Resources

Welcome

Welcome to the Humanitarian Action Guide at Fairfield University.

This guide contains library resources such as books, ebooks, encyclopedias, and electronic newspaper and article databases. You will also find web links to humanitarian news sources, international organizations, and career/training resources.

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Find Sources

Find Articles

Use these selected databases to find articles on your topic:

Background Sources

Multidisciplinary encyclopedias:

Discipline specific sources:

Finding Streaming Media

Try these streaming media sources:

News Sites

Citations & Support

Citing Your Sources

The links below point to brief informational guides for creating accurate citations. For more complete information, consult the original books at the library (see call numbers below) or contact a librarian.

 

 

APA

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Ref. BF 76.7 .P83 2010

Chicago:

*The library will support the 16th and 17th editions during the Fall 2017 semester*

Author-Date 16th ed

Notes-Bibliography 16th ed

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Ref. Z 253.U69 2010
Online Manual

 

Ref. Z 253.U69 2017

Online Manual

 

 

 

 

MLA 

Ref.  LB2369.G53 2016

 

 

IEEE

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 Full IEEE Manual

Questions about Citations? Save time, ask a Librarian!

Citation Management Tools

 

RefWorks  EasyBib EDu

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RefWorks is a tool that will help you manage the resources you use for your research, and create citations and bibliographies when you write your papers. The RefWorks User Guide will help you set up your RefWorks account and get started using it.

 

EasyBib is a citation and research management tool that helps you create citations for your sources and keep you organized during the research process. The EasyBib EDU User Guide will help you set up your EasyBib EDU account and get started using it.

As of July 15, 2018, EasyBib EDU will no longer be available. Learn more.

 

 

Helpful Resources

Research Tracker The Writing Center
The Research Tracker is an online tool that helps you organize your research and stay on track with your assignments. Learn more here.

The Writing Center, located in the lower level of the DiMenna-Nyselius library, will help you with your writing. Tutors will work with you to improve essays, research papers, oral presentations, and more!

Schedule an appointment online or contact them by e-mail at writingcenter@fairfield.edu.

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