Recommended readings in your subject site can give you an idea of the type of resources that your lecturer values.
Distinguishing between citations for books, book chapters, journal articles and websites can help you to search for the items in Primo Search, Google Scholar, or Journal Databases.
Below we list some of the most common resources and their citation structure when formatted in the APA 7th style.
Primo Search is the best place to search for an item when you already know the details. But you need to be careful in what you put in the search box.
If you paste in the whole citation you will usually get no results. Sometimes, the LESS you put in the BETTER.
In Primo Search, Reserve and eReserve items are high-demand items that your lecturer wants to be easily available to you:
You can find these items by going to Advanced Search and searching by your subject code: