The library provides several avenues to help you with your research.
Not sure what resources to use to get started? Here you'll find our subscription databases and select web resources organized in broad subject areas.
This section provides background on forming your research strategy, and answers questions about using various sources.
Get help with common citing questions by using our citation guides. Guides are available for APA (American Psychological Association), Chicago Manual of Style (Turabian), and MLA (Modern Language Association) citation styles.
NoodleTools online citation and notetaking tool is available to all members of the Stritch community. NoodleTools includes the ability to create citations in APA, MLA, and Chicago/Turabian Styles. And it is web based, so there is nothing to install on your computer and your saved work can be accessed from anywhere you have a web connection.
Copyright law can be complicated and confusing. Our copyright guides provide tips for avoiding copyright violations and plagiarism.
UCreate is the Cardinal Stritch University digital repository. It contains thesis, research reports, and action research written by Cardinal Stritch University students and faculty.