Pew Learning Center & Ellison Library

FRS 127 - Power, Privilege, and Community

Fall 2010

Professor: Kelly Kelbel, ext. 3799
Librarian: Heather Stewart Harvey, ext. 3062

Books, Books, and more Books!

  • Use our catalog to find books, videos, CDs, etc.            
  • Use WorldCat to find and request books from other libraries.                                                                  
  • Check out books from other libraries, including the public library system and UNC-Asheville. Ask a WWC librarian for help.


    Just so you know:

  • Reference books contain overviews of a range of topics.
  • Regular books usually present more focused treatments of a subject.
  • Electronic books can be viewed or checked out online.


Find Articles

Finding an article can involve three steps.

 1. Use Articles & Databases to find articles or citations. If the citation includes the full-text or image, you can get the article right away. If not, go to Step 2.

 2. Use Journal Finder to see if we have the journal you want. If we do, get your article from the source. If not, go to Step 3.

 3. Use Interlibrary Loan to request the article from another library. Please allow time.

Selected Full-Text Databases and Web Sites

 Interdisciplinary databases covering a variety of subjects:

 Some Social Science databases:

  • PsycArticles - full-text database from the American Psychological Association
  • PsycInforeferences and abstracts over 1300 journals in more than 20 languages
  • Social Sciences Full Text - includes a wide range of interdisciplinary fields
 Some Science & Environmental Science databases: Some Education databases:
  • ERIC - materials related to aspects of education and childhood development
  • Education Full Text - full text materials related to the field of education


  • Painless Library Research includes information on documentation and plagiarism.                                                  
  • Personal assistance: send me email, call me at ext. 3062, or come see me.                                                                            
  • Tour the library.

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