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InterLibrary Loan

Use inter-library loan (ILL) to obtain materials ISU does not own.  ILL is a free service for faculty, students and staff and can be used to request books, articles, or other materials for academic work.  If you need to use ILL, PLAN AHEAD.  It takes time to locate and obtain the materials from other libraries.

Read This First!!

The guide is intended as a resource to assist you in locating materials concerning the psychology of terrorism.

The guide is not an inclusive resource on the materials available concerning the topic.

If you need assistance in researching this topic, contact the librarian for the School of Criminology and Security Studies (look right for contact information).

What is a Scholarly Source?

Scholarly sources may be required for your assignments.  Click on a link below to learn more about what a scholarly source is and how it is different from a popular source.

What is a Primary Source?

Primary resources may be required for your research and assignments.  The links below provide information on primary sources and where to find them.


Librarian for Criminology and Security Studies

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Karen Evans
Library 116


WorldCat catalog provides access to more than 100 million books, web resources, and other materials from libraries throughout the world. Indiana State University patrons can electronically request items via interlibrary loan from the WorldCat site.

Click on the link and scroll to WorldCat.

Criminology and Criminal Justice Databases

The databases provide access to a variety of information on topics. Databases can be specific (criminal justice, social work) or general (one database covers several topics).  

If you are off campus, you need to use your Sycamore ID to access the databases.  You will see a prompt to enter the information.