About This Guide
Welcome to the Honors LibGuide! This guide is designed to help you find information, books, articles, reference sources, and more across all the disciplines you will work in as a Honors student. Many resources on a broad range of topics are available through Leatherby Libraries' print and online collections.
The tabs near the top of the screen can help you locate the specific resources necessary for your research:
Useful for finding peer-reviewed articles, dissertations, books, newspapers, data, and more.
Links to free, open access web sites featuring scholarly, governmental, or statistical information.
Print and electronic reference resources sources in the Leatherby Libraries Reference collection.
Electronic Book Collections
Collections of full-text books available online.
Find new materials that are available through Leatherby Libraries.
Find information to help you design and teach a course during interterm.
Capstone Project (in-progress)
Find information to help you create effective presentations for the University Honors Conference.
Opportunities for Honors Students
Find information on publishing, research, and other activities in which you might want to participate.
Citation Analysis and Metrics
Find information on determining the reliability, use, and impact of scholarly work.