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The University Libraries own a variety of print and electronic resources to use when researching your topics. The following are a few core tools in Criminology to help you begin your research process. This guide was originally created by Nonny Schlotzhauer, and updated by Jenny Bowers, Social Sciences Librarian.
Books, Periodical Titles, Videos and other cataloged materials
This is the library catalog for the University Libraries. Your search will help you locate materials owned by the University Libraries, including books, magazines, and other cataloged materials. System automatically utilizes the Boolean and to connect terms.
A unified catalog of many Colorado area libraries. Books held by the libraries can be requested via Prospector and are delivered to the Main Library at the Anderson Academic Commons in 3 to 5 days. Colorado Legislative Council reports not cataloged in the library catalog can be identified by using Prospector.
The world's largest bibliographic database presents bibliographic records for books, serials (journals), and all other formats. Use WorldCat to find materials not in University Libraries or Prospector.