HIST 441: The Cold War in Europe
by Mary Jo Fairchild at College of Charleston This research guide is intended to aid students in completion of the course assignments pertaining to the field of 20th century European history, through the lend of the Cold War.
by Lettycia Terrones at California State University, Fullerton This guide provides resources and tools for researching education law.
by Rowena Byrne at Saint Ignatius’ College Riverview This libguide is designed to support the teaching and learning of Year 7 students in History.
by Rebecca Young at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) This is a guide to the NSCAD Library. Included is information you will need to borrow books and other materials, how to manage your library account, how to find information for your research and studies, and more.
Graduate Workshops from UNLV Libraries
by Mark Lenker at University of Nevada, Las Vegas UNLV Libraries offers a series of workshops especially for graduate students. We introduce skills, resources, and tools that will enhance your productivity as a researcher.
Nursing Continuing Education Interactive Tutorials
by Kathy Murray at UAA / APU Consortium Library These interactive tutorials have been awarded Montana State Nurses Association CEUs. Some are open to all nurses, others are only available to nurses working in specific hospitals or who can visit the UAA/APU Consortium Library.
HIST 350: Afro-American History to 1877
by Fagdeba Bakoyema at Alabama State University This guide is a catalog of print and electronic resources as well as tutorials to help students in Hist 350 access, evaluate, and cite properly resources used while conducting inquiries for this course.
Gideon and Indigent Defense
by Ellen Augustiniak at University of California, Irvine - Law Library For students interested in the development of United States law about the right to counsel in the criminal context.
BUAD 300- Martinez
by Joy Sage at California State University, Fullerton This is a guide for Professor Megan Martinez's BUAD 300 class.
HIST 132 - World History Course
by Fagdeba Bakoyema at Alabama State University Resources in this guide support teaching, learning, and research for the World History Course offered by the Alabama State University's Department of History. All resources are available at the Levi Watkins Learning Center and through its consortium part
by Karen Muller at American Library Association Explanation of purpose of Interlibrary Loan, links to current ILL Code and forms, including bibliography
First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare
by Pat Potter at University of Southern Maine Portland Public Library, in partnership with USM Libraries and Maine Humanities Council, will be Maine's host for the First Folio! national tour.
by Adina Lerner at Glendale College Information about the Library's non-credit workshops
by Kim Kelly at Griffith University Find resources to support legal research.
Digitized Polish Historic Newspapers and Serials
by Marek Sroka at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The guide provides information about Polish historic newspapers and journals that have been digitized by Polish libraries in recent years. Although the emphasis is on Polish language publications, some German language publications have been included.
by David Bryden at High Point University Apple Inc. is a publicly traded company (AAPL). Apple Inc. was incorporated in California in 1977 as Apple Computer and the current name was adopted in 2007.