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Last Updated: May 29, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Research Assistance

Need help searching?  Having trouble locating research articles or statistics?  Want a refresher about using the Library and its services and resources?

I am happy to work with groups and individuals.  I am available via email, phone and in-person appointments, whatever works best for you!

Contact me to make an appointment: 

Victoria Wagner





Welcome to the Cheng Library!

This research guide highlights resources and services available through the Cheng Library for members of the Public Health department.  These resources primarily support the undergraduate program and individual faculty research projects and areas of interest.  Please use the tabs to view the various categories.


Library Tutorials

Instruction On Demand
These short tutorials, each taking about 5 minutes, are a great way to get quick answers about the library and the services we offer.  Look for the Click here for a video tutorial! icon, throughout the library website to access these videos, on demand!

Some videos may require that you have the Adobe Flash Player installed on your computer.  It can be downloaded, for free, from the Adobe website's Downloads page.

  • PsycINFO
    This series of short tutorials will introduce the PsycINFO database and show you the ins-and-outs of searching, narrowing your results, and finding full-text articles for your psychology research!
  • Searching Journals & Periodicals
    If you're looking for a specific article, or your professor wants to you to search only in a certain journal, this short video can show you how.
  • Requesting Articles through Interlibrary Loan
    This short video will explain the Cheng Library's Interlibrary Loan service, and help you get those hard to locate articles, for your research.
  • Electronic Reserves at Cheng Library
    This short video will introduce you to Electronic Reserves at the Cheng Library, and show you how to find them on the Library website.
  • Scholarly v. Popular
    Learn the differences between scholarly and popular articles, and the peer review process.

Your Librarian

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Victoria Wagner
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Cheng Library, Lending Services Department
Room 123
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