This book introduces Germanists to the mechanics and methodology of modern library research. It explains the use of various bibliographic access systems, providing step-by-step search strategies to the most modern computerized data bases for the whole field of German studies.
Table of Contents
Introduction Part 1: Library Research 1. Bibliographic Access Systems 2. Searching Library Catalogs 3. Searching Indexes and Abstracts 4. Search Strategies Part 2: Selected Reference Works 5. General Reference Materials 6. German Language 7. German Literature 8. German Civilization Part 3: Supplementary Resources 9. Guides to Reference Works 10. Guides to Writing Research Papers 11. Computerized Literature Searches