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Arch-Des 541: Analysis and Representation II

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Welcome to the library course guide page for Arch-Des 541: Analysis and Representation II

This page is designed to assist you in your library research. There are pages on searching for books, on searching for articles, both primary and secondary, and some advice on how to do more effective searching.

The suggestions for databases are not exhasutive, of course.

Don't hesitate to contact me for an individual consultation on your research needs.

 

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RefWorks is a bibliographical management software which will help you organize your citations, articles, books, etc. paid for by the UMass Amherst Library, that the UMass Amherst community can access from the Library website. RefWorks collects, stores, and organizes citations from books, articles from databases, web sites, and other sources. RefWorks automatically converts citations into properly formatted bibliographies

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