Use the KPU Library's search tool called Summon to look for different types of sources in the library's collection, all at once.
For a great introduction to doing library research, check out this KPU Library tutorial. The four modules use short videos and practice activities to help you:
To open the tutorial:
Note: Both will open in a new tab
Use this box to search hundreds of full-text dictionaries, encyclopedias, and more related to Criminology and Law. This is just part of the full Credo Reference database.
This video walks you through five steps for narrowing a broad topic to a more-focused research question which will guide your research and writing.
Laurier Library. (2017, December 20). Developing a research question [Video]. Youtube. https://youtu.be/1oJNO6PYZe4
WORKSHEET: Research Question Worksheet: practice applying the video's tips to your topic
Short video helps you pick the keywords in your research question that will get the best results in a library research database.
Credit: Lloyd Sealy Library at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY).
Credit: Celia Brinkerhoff, Doing Research: A Student's Guide to Finding and Using the Best Sources
Source: Statistics Canada, & Department of Justice Canada. (2018).Overview of the Adult Criminal Justice System [Infographic]. https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/pub/85-005-x/2018001/article/54967-eng.htm
Note: A screen-reader-friendly text description of this infographic is also available. Scroll down from link to see "Description" section.