Reference sources provide valuable background information. Examples of reference sources are: almanacs, biographies, dictionaries, thesauri, directories, encyclopedias, guides, handbooks, manuals, yearbooks, and annuals. Reference materials are available in print, electronically (subscription e-books and databases), and on the Internet (free websites).
Print reference sources are shelved by Call Numbers on the first floor of the Evans Library. Below is a list of selected business reference sources.
Electronic references sources can be accessed on the library's website via the Catalog for books or Databases/Indexes for information databases, or directly, by clicking on the links below. Use your Tracks user ID and password to access these resources.
Our Internet reference sources were evaluated by librarians and selected for they high quality and relevance. For a complete list of Evans Library Internet reference sources, go to Reference (Internet) Sources on the Library's website located under the Research Resources category.