Find books and articles?
Find education resources on the Internet?
Doing a Google search is one way to find information especially when you are looking for publicly available government information. There are also websites that have been created that index some resources.
Some specialized websites:
Get a journal article that I cannot access through Buswell?
Articles can be requested through ILLiad.
Find the full text of an article if I have a reference/citation
Add the "Find it @ Wheaton" link in Google Scholar and then search there by title. This link will give you access to full text resources that Buswell subscribes to when searching Google Scholar.
Get a book that is not owned by Buswell?
You can request a book through i-Share or ILLiad. Both options are available from the detail results screen when you search from the library home page.
Click on the image to explore the parts of a scholarly article. Presented by the North Carolina State University Libraries.
If you are confused about the differences in citation styles, check out this resources created by Purdue OWL.