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This guide will help you find the magazine, newspaper, and journal articles that you need for your course assignments in your Honors Seminar. The tabs across the top of the page link you to additional information on finding articles and books, citing your sources, and more.

If you have trouble finding articles for your research, or if you have any questions, call (970-491-1047) or send me an e-mail. I'll be happy to help.

Good luck with your research!

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Before you come to the library...

  • Step 1: Activate your Interlibrary Loan account (ILLiad)
    Inter-library loan (ILL) is a FREE resource that can connect you to full-text journal articles, magazine articles, newspaper articles and even books that CSU does not own. Scroll down to the bottom of the linked page to activate your account.
  • Step 2: Use the Libraries' catalog
    The CSU library catalog is called Discovery. The catalog helps you locate books, government documents, maps and other items owned by CSU.
  • Step 3: Get to know Prospector, a regional catalog
    Prospector is a regional library catalog that is available to all students. You can search major libraries along the Front Range and borrow items quickly and easily. If CSU doesn't own something you need, Prospector can help you track it down in a hurry. Typically is takes 2-4 days for items to arrive at CSU after they've been requested.
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