Research Resources

1. Begin with general reference resources, such as encyclopedia articles, to give you a sense of the main issues.
2. Move to critical articles (e.g. from the databases) that debate and discuss the issue.
3. If applicable, consult primary sources for original evidence and examples.

A. Print Resources

Search Library Catalogue for books on our shelves!

For audiobooks and other accessible formats: Earl of March has access to the CELA Library resources. Click for details.

B. Electronic Resources (Virtual Library)

Use the links to search for books, encyclopedias, magazines, newspapers, journals, and verified websites available on our “virtual shelves.”

1. Encyclopedias

2. General Reference Databases

Use these databases to access:
  • newspapers
  • magazines and academic journals
  • encyclopedias and reference books
  • multimedia sources


Click here to access Earl of March research databases.

Music and Video Streaming (password required): Naxos Music Library and Learn360

3. Primary Sources

(original information and documents, including newspapers)

Other Useful Resources

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