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Community
by Diane Shepelwich - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
First Year English Research Guide
by Jody Bailey, Mary Jo Lyons, Rafia Mirza, Diane Shepelwich, Eli Zoller - Last Updated Feb 16, 2014
Use this guide when working on assignments for English 1301 & 1302.
High School Research Resources
by Evelyn Barker, Diane Shepelwich - Last Updated Feb 24, 2014
Resources and tools for high school students doing research at UT Arlington Library
Honors College
by Diane Shepelwich - Last Updated Apr 1, 2014
This interdisciplinary guide contains resources and information to help you with your research and completion of your Honors thesis. For research resources in your specific discipline, visit the specific subject guide.
Medieval & Early Modern Studies
by Diane Shepelwich - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Why study the medieval and early modern periods? Because there is something in these periods that speaks to every interest—globalization, environmentalism, ethnicity, religion, new media ... the list is endless. This guide will help you in your research
Tags: english, history, medieval, religion
Mexican American Studies
by Rafia Mirza, Diane Shepelwich - Last Updated Oct 11, 2011
Resources to help you in your research.
MultiCultural Collection
by Diane Shepelwich - Last Updated Oct 6, 2011
Welcome! Here you will find resources to help you in the research process.
Muslim Journeys
by Rafia Mirza, Diane Shepelwich - Last Updated Jul 12, 2013
NEH, ALA, Muslim Journeys
Open Educational Resources
by Suzanne Beckett, Stephanie Noell, Diane Shepelwich, Eli Zoller - Last Updated Apr 6, 2014
This guide (modified with permission) is based on the OER guide created by librarians at UMass Amherst Libraries, http://guides.library.umass.edu/oer.
 
 
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