Although the reference librarians encourage you to ask us for help with your research, we realize that there are times when this isn’t an option (late night, for example). So, we have created a great collection of library research guides that you can consult if a librarian is not available.
These guides are designed to help you locate the best resources for your research. Library research guides are available for a number of popular research topics and common questions, such as “how do a get information about a company?”, “what is a NAICS code and how do I find them?”, and “which databases should I use to get articles for my History paper?”. In each guide we recommend specific books, journals, library databases and web sites. The entire collection of library research guides is available at http://libguides.bentley.edu/.
This is an evolving collection – guides will continue to be added and updated. If you’d like to suggest a topic for a library research guide please comment on this post.