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Global Scholars Program Research Guide   Tags: global, global_information, global_scholars, global_scholars_program, gsp, international, learning_community, translation  

This guide lists links to Library and Web resources related to topics and assignments for students enrolled in the Global Scholars Program.
Last Updated: Jun 23, 2014 URL: Print Guide

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Welcome Global Scholars!

Scavenger Hunt: Library Resources

  • Library Website
  • Mirlyn
    The Mirlyn online catalog lets you search the University of Michigan Library’s collection of books, journals, audio/video materials, and electronic resources.

  • ArticlesPlus
    ArticlesPlus is perhaps best described as "Google for the library's online content - without the ads!" From a simple single search box, ArticlesPlus searches full-text content as well as metadata from a wide variety of sources and returns a list of relevancy-ranked results.
  • Ask a Librarian Chat Service
    Ask a Librarian is tailored to the research needs of UM students, staff and faculty, but any one can inquire about specific UM library resources and services.
  • World News Connection
    CIA-sponsored translations of local news sources from around the world, including newspapers, radio and television broadcasts, etc. Searchable by keyword, region of the world, and date. Provides the full-text in English. UM users only.
  • Scavenger Hunt Form

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Location and Language Settings in Mirlyn

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Gabriel Duque
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2178 Shapiro Library
734 615 1439
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University Learning Communities Librarian

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Amanda Peters
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2178 Shapiro Library

Translation: Free Web Resources

  • 2lingual
    This website allows you to search Google in two languages of your choice at the same time. The results are presented side by side.
  • Forvo
    Website where you can hear sound clips of the pronunciation of words in many different languages.
  • LanguageGuide
    This website allows you to hear the pronunciation of words in different languages by hovering your cursor over pictures of numbers, fruits, animals, parts of the body etc.


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