This is the "Getting Started" page of the "Finding Information on Marginalized People" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content
Candler School of Theology Pitts Theology Library St. Jerome
Browse an FAQ Topic:

Finding Information on Marginalized People  

Last Updated: Aug 10, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

Getting Started Print Page


The Finding Resources on Marginalized People guide contains information on

  • how to find resources at Emory
  • databases you can use
  • infor on searching media sources
  • reliable sources on the Internet

Search by Subject

Library resources are cataloged using specific subject heading words

To search or browse subjects:

  1. Begin in the EUCLID interface (
  2. Type your subect in the search box
  3. Select "Browse" from the options just above the box
  4. Click the "Subject" search button

Finding Emory Resources

discoverE strategies:

  1. Sign in with your Net ID & PW. This will enable you to save searches and items on your e-shelf.
  2. Use advanced search with synonyms keywords for your topic on one line (or even better the correct subject term) and a genre term as a keyword on line two.
  3. Use Key words to describe the genre such as oral history, interview, biography, diary, or case studies are helpful, depending on what you seek.

Librarian Profile

Profile Image
Richard Manly Adams, Jr.
Contact Info
Send Email
© Emory University Libraries - 540 Asbury Circle, Atlanta, Georgia 30322

Loading  Loading...