I am available for consultations on finding secondary literature and data and getting access to articles and the data you want. Just check my schedule and make an appointment with me ahead of time.
You can also send me quick questions by chat (see the chat window on this page) or email.
Or, just drop by the Research/IT Desk and talk to one of the librarians there.
Even when you're not on campus, you can still use the library's online resources (e.g., subscriptions to journals, bibliographic databases). Just log in first to the proxy server and you'll be able to access the library's resources as if you were here.
When you need to read an article, working paper, or book but you can't find it in the Libe's collections, you have more options than pulling out your wallet. The Inter-Library Loan (ILL) service makes it possible for the library to borrow materials from other libraries for you to use.
Look for links to ILL or Illiad (which is the name of our ILL software) from article databases, which will lead you to a request form. You can also go directly to ILL from the library web site (home page > login/your accounts > InterLibrary Loan), where you can also check the status of your requests. Articles take a few days and books around a week. You'll get an email when your item is ready.
This guide contains resources for Labor Economics, ECON 264, taught by Professor Faress Bhuiyan, winter 2012. This guide contains links and tips for finding secondary literature, searching for data, and software tutorials.
Questions? I am available for appointments. Check my schedule and let me know what time you would like me to set aside. For quick questions, stop by the Research/IT Desk or reach me by chat, email or phone.
Use the tabs on this guide to find recommended sources. But if you see nothing else, be sure to use the following (find more descriptions on the tabbed pages).