Tutt Library Research Guides
How to find out-of-print books for sale and see examples of physical book description: bookfinder.com, an amalgamation of online databases, or abebooks.com, one particular database of dealers' catalogs.
How to access library databases from off-campus: go via the Tutt Library website. If you use the library's links, you'll get a prompt in the databases to log in with your name and TIGER number.
How to cite sources (Owl at Purdue -- click "Citation Style Chart")
Got lots of citations to keep track of? Try Refworks (you'll need to create a username and password, but it's free).
Find out more about programs in book studies at the Society for History of Authors, Reading, and Publishing (SHARP) or the Library of Congress.