Books can be a great source for your project both for primary source material and secondary scholarly research. RIT has a wide collection of books available on a multitude of topics.
To find scholarly texts on your topic, look for books published by university presses or well-known scholarly publishing entities such as Academic Press, Ashgate, Blackwell, Edward Elgar, Elsevier, Francis and Taylor, John Wiley, Palgrave Macmillan, Routledge, and Sage Publications.
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Google Books is a great way to discover books beyond RIT's collection. For more search options, be sure to checkout the Advanced Book Search page that allows you to search by title, author, publisher, date, and subject. Once you find a book that looks interesting, check RIT's catalog to see if it's available through our collection. If not, try searching ConnectNY or placing an interlibrary loan request using the options on the right.
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If RIT doesn't have what you need, there are other options available. Through services such as ConnectNY and Interlibrary Loan, RIT students, faculty, and staff can request books from other libraries for free.
Search ConnectNY's catalog using the link below: