How subject guides are arranged
- Topical databases are arranged by the topics on this page, but general databases are listed in Encyclopedias, magazines and newspapers.
- In subjects with subtopics, the top level subject displays only a few selected resources; use the subtopic links to find more for deeper research.
- The format tabs arrange resources into shorter lists; some may be in a "featured" list and the rest are organized more or less by the kind of resource. There might be another format indication in the description of a resource. For example, under the Magazines tab, links may take you to the catalog record for a magazine we have in print in the library, a magazine within a database, a magazine's website, or a downloadable magazine.
Ask a librarian for help.
Chilton Library is now optimized for tablets and smartphones so that you can more easily use the database out in the garage.
These agencies assist with housing issues such as homeless shelters, home repair and rehabilitation, blight, home ownership assistance, Section 8 vouchers.
Searching on subject headings in the library catalog can be tricky. "African American history" as a search is too broad. Try these searches to get you started: