Spring Break hours (Monday, March 4- Friday, March 8)
Reference databases are
A great place to start your research
Provide definitions, introductory information, facts, vocabulary/keywords, names
Preferred over Wikipedia by your instructors
Include citations for your bibliography!
Collection of encyclopedias, reference databases, issue topic databases
ProCon.org - web source that focuses on the pros and cons of controversial issues.
Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes scholarly literature across an array of disciplines including peer-reviewed academic journals and books, conference papers, theses and dissertations. Some of the resources are freely available full-text, others you will need to request using the library's Article or Book Request Forms.
In honor of Black History Month, please join Drs. Cowan and Ford from Slippery Rock University to discuss the past, present, and future of Black history in Pittsburgh.
Tuesday, February 20 at 12:45pm via GoToMeeting.
(Pittsburgh-born Charles “Teenie” Harris was the preeminent photographer for the Pittsburgh Courier, one of the nation’s most prominent Black newspapers photographing Pittsburgh’s historic African American community from 1935 to 1975).
In honor of Genocide Awareness Month, renowned journalist & author Elizabeth Becker will be giving a virtual talk on the Cambodian Genocide. Becker was one of the few female reporters on the frontlines during the Vietnam War.
Thursday, April 16 @ 12:45pm via GoToMeeting
Photo: Inside S-21, Tuol Sleng, one of the detention centers during the Cambodian Genocide
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