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2014 Michigan Debate Institute
by Alexandra Rivera - Last Updated Jul 15, 2014
This resource is intended to support the research needs of the UM Summer Debate Institute participants
Tags: debate
CSP 100
by Alexandra Rivera - Last Updated Jun 17, 2014
This resource is intended to support the academic endeavors of students in the CSP 100 course.
Detroit Center
by Alexandra Rivera - Last Updated Jun 17, 2014
Provides links to UM Library and related resources relevant to the work of the diverse Detroit Center projects and programs.
English 225 - Taylor
by Gabriel Duque, Alexandra Rivera - Last Updated Jan 21, 2014
This resource is intended to assist students in Professor Taylor's English 225 course.
Learning Analytics at the University of Michigan and Beyond
by Susan Hollar, Ye Li, Alexandra Rivera - Last Updated Apr 24, 2014
Provides information about learning analytics initiatives at the University of Michigan and at other colleges and universities.
Tags: data, higher_education, information, instruction, learning analytics, research, statistics, statistics_and_data_sets, statistics_mathematical
UM Summer Bridge Program
by Alexandra Rivera - Last Updated Jul 18, 2014
The UM Summer Bridge guide links Summer Bridge scholars to the many UM Library resources, services, and staff available at you throughout your academic career.
Tags: bridge, csp 100, summer bridge
Writing 100 - Transition to College Writing
by Alexandra Rivera, Jamie Vander Broek - Last Updated Sep 24, 2014
Resources for researching consumerism in post-1945 America: basics on using the UM library, visual resources for advertisements, suggestions for secondary sources, and information on academic integrity and citing sources.
Tags: course:100, instructor:naydan, section:008, subject:writing, term:fall, year:2012

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