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Interdisciplinary Inquiry (Bock): Home

Welcome to Interdisciplinary Inquiry library guide. You can use this guide to find books and journal articles, to help with formatting citations and to assist in evaluating information.

Finding Journal Articles

The first place to look for journal articles is Academic Search Premier. ASP is the largest database and contains both scholarly and popular material from many disciplines.

Research Tips - you can search ASP with other Ebsco databases at the same time.

  • Open ASP, above the search box, there is link in blue that says "choose databases"
  • Click "choose databases" and see a list of all other Ebsco databases
  • Select other databases and hit Ok
  • This allows you to search ASP with Film and Television or PsyInfo or SportsDiscus
  • End result is the ability to find more sources for your topic without duplications

Criminal Justice

Business and Industry and Hospitality

Sports and Recreation Databases

Psychology and Sociology


Environmental Science

Art and English

Databases for all other subjects - History, Biology, etc.

Search For Books and More

Use the Libraries' Quick Search 

to locate books, videos and other materials owned by the University Libraries. 

Locate this on the top of the library home page or here.



Another way to find books & everything else - Quick Search

Quick Search will look for books, journal and magazine and newspaper articles and even materials from Special Collections. Searches will return many hits, sometimes too many.

A few tips for using Quick Search

  • Use the "Refine your search" tabs on the left hand side of the page
  • These tabs will allow you to limit by books, journal articles or to exclude newspaper articles
  • You can also limit to scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles
  • Also, notice in the results list, each entry has two small icons in the right hand corner
  • The icon with a box and a plus sign allows you to format and email the citiation

Citing Your Sources and Creating a Bibliography

Research tips

Professors often ask students to use scholarly sources, but what exactly does that mean? This handout lists criteria to help you decide if a source is popular or scholarly

Special Collections

Special Collections has many interesting, rare and specialized documents pertaining to Las Vegas history, gaming and UNLV.

Scholarly Sources vs Popular Sources - Kimbel Library

Selecting the Right Number of Keywords - Kimbel Library

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