Privacy, Security, & Freedom (Dedicated Semester 2016)
by Rebecca van Kniest at Fontbonne University The TENTH Dedicated Semester asks us to explore important questions about what freedom and security mean and how much of our privacy we are willing to sacrifice for each.
Graduating Students and Alumni
by Fawnia Mountford at RMIT University This guide provides links to free online resources to support your research interests, pre and post-graduation.
by Angela Carreño at New York University A guide for those interested in the literature, history, and culture of the Andes.
by Margaret Lam at George Mason University Resources for study and research in physics
High School Library
by Elaine Smith at Franconian International School A guide to resources and events in the High School library at the FIS
Film and Video Studies
by Laura Jenemann at George Mason University This research guide contains recommended resources for Film and Video Studies (FAVS) majors and students beginning research on film and video topics.
ECON 480 - Senior Seminar
by Tiffany Hebb at DePauw University Libraries This guide is for Allison Roehling's Fall 2016 course.
HEB 348: Israeli Society and Culture
by Rachel Leket-Mor at Arizona State University Modern Israeli Literature in Translation (HEB/SLC/JST 347); Israeli Society and Culture (HEB/SLC/JST 348; REL 311) ; Modern Hebrew (Elementary, Intermediate, and Advanced: HEB 101, 2
by Logan Rath at The College at Brockport
ENG 2100T - For Prof. Grumet's students Fall 2016
by Rita Ormsby at Baruch College Provides links to access New York City's major newspapers through the Newman Library's resources, and links to information about the 2016 candidates for president who will be on the November ballot.
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
by Caitlin McClurg at University of Calgary Information related to the research, reading, writing and practicing of SoTL. This guide is a joint project between the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning and Libraries and Cultural Resources at the University of Calgary.
by Claudia C Peterson at Carleton College Professor Becky Boling -- Fall 2016
US History Sources 1880s-1930s
by George Oberle at George Mason University This InfoGuide contains primary source resources and research strategies for the Gilded Age, Progressive Era, World War I, and Great Depression Eras in American History, from the 1880s to the 1930s.