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Global Studies: Welcome

About this Guide

Welcome, this guide provides access to basic library materials and services as well as important resources to help you effectively use Global Studies resources.

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  • Find Reference Materials: Locate handbooks and encyclopedias 
  • Find Articles: Effectively use article databases
  • Find Books:  Use Library Catalog; explore sample searches
  • Find Country Information: Locate demographic, economic, and historical overviews
  • Find Videos : Use the Library Catalog to locate streaming videos. Faculty members can request DVDs for their class.  
  • Use Web Resources: Find photo and video resources, associations, and recommended websites
  • Chicago/Turabian: Links to resources about how to cite sources and format papers; also links to information on APA and Plagiarism

 

 

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May 10: The Library authentication issue has now been resolved. Apologies for any problems this might have caused. Moving forward, we strongly recommend using SSO as your primary method of logging in.

May 7: Today marks the start of Teacher Appreciation Week, so we put together an online display of the latest books focused on teaching and learning! Current and future educators, take a look here.

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