A great place to begin your research process: to narrow your topic, get background information and to gather keywords. Encyclopedias and reference books are not generally used as cited sources in college-level research papers (usually you'll need to take what you find in an encyclopedia and head out to the databases for more advanced sources).
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Link+ gives you access to materials throughout California and Nevada libraries (academic, public, and special libraries).
See the Link+ FAQ page at: http://solano.edu/library/linkplus/linkplus_faq.php
You may request items from any of these libraries, provided it is listed as "available" in the Link+ catalog, and it will be delivered to you at SCC for checkout.