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LGBTQ+ Resources: Research Articles

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Library Databases

There are just a few of the many databases you have access to via the Muntz Library, but are the ones you will most likely find information pertaining to LGBTQ+ research.

Google Scholar

You can also search for articles via Google Scholar. To see if you have access to an article via the library, make sure to set up "Library Links" in Google Scholar. If you find an article that the library doesn't have access to, you can request it via InterLibrary Loan.

Can't Find It?

If we don't have what you're looking for, try requesting it through InterLibrary Loan (ILL)ILL is a service that allows students to borrow items from other libraries, if Muntz Library doesn't have it. You submit a request for a book, journal article, conference paper, whatever type of source you need, and we see if we can find it for free! 

Please note that ILL relationships are very important for academic libraries to function. We need to be respectful of the lending terms set by other libraries. This includes the copyright notices on electronic resources. For print, pay close attention to the due date on the item. To ensure that due dates are taken seriously, there is a $1 per day, per item late fee for ILL items.

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