Here is a list of the most useful sources for general sciences. Some strategies for getting your research started are:
- Consult reference books and databases for an overview of a topic or quick information.
- Find books and e-books from the library collection and e-book databases for in-depth information.
- Search journal databases and indexes for articles with the most current research.
Books and Ebooks
In the Library of Congress call number system, books on the sciences are likely to be shelved in section Q and its subsections:
- Q (Science (General))
- QA (Mathematics) [includes computer sciences]
- QB (Astronomy)
- QC (Physics)
- QD (Chemistry)
- QE (Geology)
- QH (Natural history - Biology)
- QK (Botany)
- QL (Zoology)
- QM (Human anatomy)
- QP (Physiology)
- QR (Microbiology)