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COMM 496 - Seminar in Communication (Bullock/C. Scott)
by Christy Scott - Last Updated Jan 25, 2015
[Winter 2015] - Research assistance & library tutorials for Seminar in Communication.
EDUC 506 - Perspectives on School and Community (Ockerman/Christy Scott)
by Christy Scott - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
[Summer 2014] - Library resources for education research & hot topics in education.
EDUC 551 - Action Research (Dunzweiler/C. Scott)
by Christy Scott - Last Updated Feb 25, 2015
[Summer 2014] - Databases & Literature Review tools for Educational Research.
EDUC 561 - Methods of Research (Melgosa/C. Scott)
by Christy Scott - Last Updated Jan 5, 2015
[Winter 2015] Advanced Research Techniques and resources in Education & Psychology.
ENGL 223A (Beem/C. Scott) Research Writing
by Christy Scott - Last Updated Jan 26, 2015
[Winter 2015] - LibGuide to assist with Research Writing.
ENGL 323 Writing for Engineers (Nosworthy/CGaskell)
by Carolyn Gaskell - Last Updated Jan 9, 2015
Winter 2014 -- Overview of engineering literature and discovery tools.
ENGL 358 - Classical Literature
by Christy Scott - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
[Autumn 2014] - Additional reading, historical information, and bibliography for Classical Literature
SOCI204 (Tillotson/C.Scott) General Sociology
by Christy Scott - Last Updated Jan 23, 2015
[Winter 2015] A brief look at useful sources of information for General Sociology assignments - both inside the library and out!
SPCH 101 (Silva/C. Scott) Sharing Library Resarch Tools
by Christy Scott - Last Updated Jan 15, 2015
[Winter 2015] - This guide will give you tools and information as you prepare to demonstrate and share a library search tool with your class.
eBooks at Walla Walla University Libraries
by Meghan Williams - Last Updated Jan 8, 2015
This guide will help you learn to find ebooks in the library catalog and download them to use on your personal computer or mobile device.
HIST - Finding Historical Fiction
by Christy Scott - Last Updated Feb 25, 2015
This guide will help students find historical fiction titles in Walla Walla University Library and beyond.

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