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Use this guide to find sources related to modern Russia. For multidisciplinary resources, please see the main library web site or other Concordia University Library LibGuides.
The Center for Volga German Studies (CVGS) was established in 2004 at CU to support research into and preservation of the heritage, history, traditions, and accomplishments of the Germans who settled in the Volga region of Russia in the 18th century. Find the Center in room 300 of the Library.
Finding Books at Concordia
- Use books to get an overview of a topic, learn trends, and find keywords for searching for more information on your topic.
- Need to find a book in the Concordia University Library collection? The library catalog is the place to go to locate books, DVDs, and videos.
- In addition to our print collection, there are more than 400,000 electronic books available to you through the catalog. Ebooks have the same content as the print copy, but the entire text is online.
Search for Books, Articles, & More
Source Management: Zotero
Use Zotero to save links to and citation information for your sources! Then create a bibliography in Chicago style. Download the free application at http://www.zotero.org. Email Krista if you have questions about using it.