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Campus Information Centers
by Jamie Vander Broek - Last Updated Jun 11, 2013
A guide for Campus Information Centers staff
English 125 Kelly Allen
by Harold Tuckett, Jamie Vander Broek - Last Updated Oct 21, 2013
Research help for students in Kelly Allen's English 125 class.
Tags: course_guide, english125, research, subject:english course:125, ugl, undergrad, undergraduate
English 225
by Amanda Peters, Jamie Vander Broek - Last Updated Apr 6, 2014
An introduction to UM Library resources for those studying Academic Argumentation, including how to select relevant databases and find articles in them, how to find books, and how to cite sources.
Entrepreneurship
by Leena Lalwani, Jamie Vander Broek - Last Updated Oct 21, 2013
This subject guide provides a starting point for research in Entrepreneurship.
Finding Tests & Measurement Instruments
by Carol Shannon, Susan Turkel, Jamie Vander Broek, Sue Wortman - Last Updated Apr 8, 2014
This guide will help those who are looking for tests or measurement instruments in either the health or behavioral sciences. It offers resources, tips and tricks for finding tests.
Google for Academic Research
by Jamie Vander Broek, Sue Wortman - Last Updated Jun 21, 2013
This guide will give some tips and tricks on using Google for academic research.
Mirlyn
by Jamie Vander Broek - Last Updated Sep 26, 2013
This is a guide to using Mirlyn, the University of Michigan Library Catalog.
Tags: books, journals_and_magazines, mirlyn
Mirlyn Classic
by Jamie Vander Broek - Last Updated Oct 21, 2013
This is a guide to using Mirlyn Classic, the classic University of Michigan Library Catalog.
Tags: books, journals_and_magazines
Writing 100 - Transition to College Writing
by Alexandra Rivera, Jamie Vander Broek - Last Updated Apr 6, 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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