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Citation Help
by Emily Hamstra, Catherine Morse, Amanda Peters - Last Updated Jun 24, 2014
A web guide for students who have questions about citing sources correctly.
Tags: government, government_information, government_politics_and_law, international_government_information, law_and_legal_studies
German 310
by Amanda Peters, Nicole Scholtz - Last Updated Oct 22, 2013
This is a research guide for German 310. Resources included will help them learn more about Germany.
RC 260 Theorizing Knowledge in the Social Sciences
by Emily Hamstra, Amanda Peters - Last Updated Jun 3, 2014
A resource guide to assist RC 260 students with their course assignments and research interests.
Tags: course_guide
RCCORE 100 Adaptation: Literature, Screenplay, and Film
by Amanda Peters - Last Updated Apr 25, 2014
Library databases, search strategies, and citation information for RCCORE 100 Adaptation: Literature, Screenplay, and Film
by Amanda Peters, Shapiro Undergraduate Library Reference Staff - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
Welcome to Searchpath, your first stop for getting information about using library resources, brought to you by Shapiro Undergraduate Library.
UC 105 Library Research Guide
by Doreen Bradley, Amanda Peters - Last Updated Jun 3, 2014
An introduction to University of Michigan library resources for health sciences students, including where to find relevant articles, databases, books, and how to cite sources.
Tags: hssp
UC 455
by Amanda Peters - Last Updated Jun 23, 2014
UROP Library Research Guide
by Amanda Peters - Last Updated Sep 12, 2014
This is an introduction to library resources for students in the UROP program.
Tags: course_guide


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