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Search in the NOBLE Catalog for books on your topics in Jenks Library. Expand your search to by location to "NOBLE All Libraries" to view more books in neighboring libraries, such as your hometown library. All materials in Jenks Library are arranged by the Library of Congress Classification system.
Jenks Library Databases
Jenks Library has over a hundred electronic resources. Some resources cover a wide range of subjects, while others are very focused. Use the "Filter by > Subject" dropdown to help decide which resource is right for you to begin searching!
Massachusetts provides statewide databases for all library types. These databases are also accessible from many of your public library websites.
Where Can I Find it at Jenks?
Jenks Library has five levels total of stacks where all books within our general circulating collection are housed. Additionally, there are also other resources such as reference materials, DVDs, etc. available. Use our "Where Can I Find" guide for information on subjects per stack level, and more.
When working with and using information of any kind you must ALWAYS cite your sources. Use the library's citation guide for help getting started with citing sources in APA. Additionally, the OWL Purdue Writing Lab website contains useful information on citing sources.
We also have the following books available in the library for help with citations: