This annotated bibliography evaluates the traditional reference aids available in most college libraries in terms of their usefulness in women's studies research, highlighting issues and problems of central concern to researchers in women's studies.
Part I: Using the Library 1. What is Women's Studies? 2. Research Strategy 3. The Catalog 4. Beyond the Catalog 5. Interlibrary Loan Part II: The Tools of Research 6. Guides to Women's Studies Research and Bibliographies of Reference Sources 7. General Women's Studies Bibliographies 8. Multidisciplinary Bibliographies and Indexes 9. Bibliographies and Indexes in Special Fields 10. Library Catalogs and Guides to Special Collections of Books and Archives 11. Biographical Sources 12. Directories of Organizations and Services 13. Microform Sources 14. Online Sources 15. Periodicals 16. Miscellaneous Guides and Handbooks