UPR Research Toolkit:
This toolkit is a quick start guide to research. It provides an overview of the research process, supplies links to interactive research tutorials, copyright and fair use guidelines. It also recommends resources for understanding the basics of academic writing and citing sources in the APA style. It includes information about the LIRN collection of academic databases available to our students. Electronic databases deliver scholarly material not available on the free web. The toolkit also recommends quality websites for conducting literature surveys in the fields of philosophy, psychology and religion. It will be updated frequently.
Please click here to access this toolkit.
Ask a Librarian:
Research Assistance can be obtained by emailing our librarian, Cathy Willis. Please direct your queries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Library and Information Resources Network (LIRN):
UPR is a member of the Library Information Resources Network (LIRN) and subscribes to LIRN’s core collection of academic databases and online book collection. Students are provided the access through our virtual classroom upon enrollment