Search the Collection
Find the resources you need to complete your next assignment.
Start your search online. Contact the library for more information.
- Research Databases – Access articles in scholarly journals on various topics.
- Journal Finder – Find out if the library owns or has online, full-text access to a particular journal.
- Library Catalog – Find books on your topic at the Pope Pius XII Library.
- Research Guides – Get help researching your topic. This section also contains general guides for all subject areas.
- Submit your thesis or dissertation
- Remote Learning Help from the Library – Links, videos and helpful hints for navigating remote learning tools. Created for the remote learning situation prompted by efforts to limit the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Find the resources you need to complete your next assignment. Learn about researchIT CT, academic integrity, copyright information and more with these online resources. Send comments, questions, or suggestions to Lynne Piacentini, reference and instruction librarian.
- Introduction to Copyright Guide
Learn the basics of copyright information.
- Desktop Resources
Explore useful and free online resources.
- researchIT CT
researchIT CT offers free online resources as a service of the CT State Library. Here you will find journal, magazine, and newspaper articles for Connecticut public, K12, and academic libraries and their users. We also offer a collection of downloadable eAudios and eBooks for Connecticut residents with valid CT public library card numbers.
- FindIT CT Statewide Library Catalog
Plagiarism & Academic Integrity
Navigate the often-confusing rules, regulations, and laws regarding plagiarism in academic situations with these resources:
- Avoid Plagiarism: Learn how to make fair use of others’ research with this guide from the Texas Woman’s University Library.
- Plagiarism: Information, real-life examples and a quiz from the Rutgers University Libraries.
- You Quote It, You Note It: An excellent and fun tutorial on how to cite your sources appropriately and avoid plagiarism. Produced by Vaughn Memorial Library, Acadia University.