This tab includes further information on handbooks, dictionaries and bibliographies. Bibliographies are sources that contain detailed information about where to find further information on a specific topic or subject. Sometimes these look like the bibliographies you might compile at the end of a term paper. Sometimes they are books or online resources with a list of resources. Other times they act like annotated bibliographies, with short essays or statements describing the resource and why it might be useful to a researcher. Bibliographies differ from handbooks because they go into further depth on a topic. They typically include critical essays where the author identifies the core literature of a field of study. It illustrates what is available in a given field, while a literature review opens up questions for new inquiries.