Skip to main content

History 108-3 (Balandrán-Castillo): Welcome!

Development and Inequality in Latin America

Library Session Goals

Goals for today's session: 

  • Become familiar with key databases in history, economics, and related disciplines 
  • Identify collectors and disseminators of current and historic economic data 
  • Locate and interpret data pertaining to your research interest
  • Format citations for various source types including datasets using Chicago style

Ask Us

24/7 Chat: Real-time chat services provided by library staff from various academic libraries.
 
 
Phone: Call the Library Services Desk at 209.228.4444
 
Facebook: Post your questions on the timeline.
 

Research Appointment: Send a request to meet with a librarian.
 

Roving Reference:  Ask a question of a Roving Reference student assistant.  Look for the red shirt.
 
Email: Email your question to library@ucmerced.edu

Stages of the Research Process

Accessing Full-Text

Full-text may be immediately available via a pdf or html page.  If not, use the UCeLinks button to reach a request page.  You can Interlibrary Loan the item using your UCMnetID. 

Library Instructor

Elizabeth Salmon's picture
Elizabeth Salmon
Contact:
KL 275
Library Office Suite
209.631.6954
Website / Blog Page

Access Library Resources from Off Campus

The VPN allows you to connect to the library's online articles and ebooks from off campus.

http://ucmercedlibrary.info/tech-help/connecting-from-off-campus

VPN

*Image courtesy of Design Services, UCI Libraries