UA Libraries offers a variety of resources to help you find the materials you need to conduct research on cybersecurity, including books and ebooks, newspapers, journals and magazines, and primary source materials.
This guide provides you with a starting point for conducting your research but does not cover all the library's resources. We have selected resources that we believe will be the most helpful to most students.
Starting your research
As you begin your studies and research papers, note that research is a process. Your experience with the steps outlined below may differ in order and might even repeat as you complete research, papers, and projects.
You will likely use library resources such as the library databases to conduct background research, refine your topic, and search for sources.
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