Answered By: Mary Kaye Hooker
Last Updated: Oct 24, 2018     Views: 25

Subject Guides: 

  • Here are tabs for each General Education Course.  Click on the tab at the top for your course and see the resources already recommended to assist you in your assignments.

Searching:  The Chamberlain Library has many GE resources for students to use, but searching is a little different.

  • For example, GE research may not require the use of scholarly- peer-reviewed articles within the last 5 years.
  • For a class like history or government, primary research may be hard to find unless you're looking for original letters, manuscripts, photographs, video, etc. You can use resources like books and articles as secondary sources in your research and this is acceptable for the discipline.
  • For a class like psychology or sociology, you'll likely be required to use scholarly articles as your research, so speak with your instructor for guidance.
  • Because GE subjects can have titles that may not indicate the topic, utilize the Subject term searches to better find resources.