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Doing academic research

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The links below lead to PowerPoint presentations on how to use the library more effectively. Each PowerPoint presentation will take a few seconds to load, and then it will open as a slide show. When the presentation is over, hit the "Escape" key to return to the LibGuide page.

What is a "refereed" or scholarly article?

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How to find articles in the library

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How to use interlibrary loan

How to read call numbers

How to cite books & articles

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Art History 370: Junior Year Writing

This guide is designed to aid you in your research. It has a section on book searches, a page for the best academic databases, and, at the left, a number of PowerPoint presentations on how to use the library more effectively for your classwork.

Syllabus

Your course syllabus is here.

 

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Click here for your E-Reserves.

 

The Library subject page for art & architecture is here.

A PowerPoint which summarizes the main points of your library session can be found here.

A shorter PowerPoint illustrating much the same principles can be found here.

Faculty information for Art History 370:

Professor Laetitia La Follette                   Teaching Assistant: Elizabeth Gertsch

Email: laelaf@arthist.umass.edu               Email: egertsch@arthist.umass.edu

Office: Bartlett 323A                                Office: Bartlett 327C

Office hours: TuTh after class                  Office hour: TBA and by appt.
and by appointment

 

 

 

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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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