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  1. Library - Wikipedia
  2. Reference enquiries
  3. Electronic Resources: Databases A-Z
  4. African Studies and African Country Resources @ Pitt: Getting Started
  5. What the Icons Mean

Young Library.

Library - Wikipedia

Medical Center. Willard Medical Science Building. Agricultural Information Center. Agricultural Science Center North. Pence Hall. Dickey Hall.

Fine Arts. Margaret I. King Library South.

Reference enquiries

Special Collections Research Center. King Library North. All branches have places for individuals to study, but these branches have additional resources. Group study rooms Project rooms Quiet study areas Silent study areas Doctoral study rooms Graduate study rooms.

Electronic Resources: Databases A-Z

Medical Center Library. My Library Account. Medical Center ILLiad. For access to Special Collections Research Center resources. Site Search Term. Quick Access.

African Studies and African Country Resources @ Pitt: Getting Started

Young Library on a map. King Library South on a map. King Library North on a map. Dan Reboussin danrebo ufl. His doctorate in anthropology is based on fieldwork conducted in Senegal. Office: Library West. Telephone Office hours AM - PM, by appointment. Collecting, cataloging, curating and accessing African-related materials for advanced research requires more care, effort and, for many materials, expense at every stage of the process than is needed for most other library materials.

We will review the research library functions and structures that are brought to bear on the most difficult and unusual materials in the collection. This should assist graduate students to anticipate where scarce items may be located within this or any other large Africana collection. The range of formats and scope of topics collected also will be considered. At completion of the course, students will be able to effectively select, evaluate and use a broad range of specialized library research tools to identify and access library materials for a variety of advanced projects.

Attendance is required at all class meetings --any exceptions will be determined at the sole discretion of the instructors.


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While a very few absences may be excused in advance of the class in question, points will be taken off from semester totals commensurate with tardiness, classes missed and work not completed. An excused absence is not equivalent to attending class. Students are held responsible for inquiring about missed lectures, completing all assigned readings the optional textbook and other readings below are intended to support classroom presentations , completing all assignments and arranging their satisfactory completion with the instructors prior to an excused absence.

Your attention and active participation in class is expected and required. Please turn off all cell phone ringers, watch alarms and the like. We expect and require that the highest standards of academic honesty , ethical conduct and scholarly integrity will be maintained for this course and all work at the University of Florida. Among other things, this means that plagiarism is considered a most serious offense and that all software that you employ for course work must be legally licensed for your use.

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They will provide information on the process of requesting accommodation from the instructor. Students will first submit e-mail contact information to facilitate communication with the instructors for the duration of the course.


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You will outline your academic background and research interests, then develop a project topic in cooperation with the instructors. We will ask you to begin evaluating a range of library research tools as a part of a pair of assignments that amount to partial drafts of the final bibliography project. Finally, students will identify and use a variety of reference and research tools to expand, annotate and improve upon these initial bibliographies. Attendance, participation, timely consultation with the instructors, interim assignments and the completion of a final bibliography project all will be essential elements in the evaluation of your performance for this course.

Attention to scholarly standards and accepted formats will be required.

Grades policies are adopted from the Graduate School catalog and University Registrar undergraduate catalog. Week 1 Aug. Week 2 Aug. Research background and interests assignment due.

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Week 3 Sept. Week 4 Sept. II : News digest and sources for current events e. Week 5 Sept. Week 6 Sept. Chelsea Dinsmore of the Government Documents library ground floor of Marston Science Library will be the instructor in our normal meeting room, LW Week 8 Oct. Herskovits collection, etc.