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Art, Architecture and Photography
by Elizabeth Lorenzen - Last Updated May 17, 2013
This page is a selective guide to assist students with locating initial resources in Art, Architecture and Photography.
Charles Mayer Collection
by Elizabeth Lorenzen - Last Updated Jun 19, 2012
Digital Humanities
by Natalie Bulick - Last Updated Jun 22, 2012
A guide for humanities students and scholars interested in exploring the application of technology to support, augment, propel their research.
History of Costume TAM 314
by Elizabeth Lorenzen - Last Updated Nov 5, 2013
These resources will assist with identifying time periods, people and events related to costume before the nineteenth century throughout the world.
Aviation
by Rolland McGiverin - Last Updated Sep 8, 2014
Construction Technology
by Rolland McGiverin - Last Updated Jun 16, 2014
Interior Design
by Rolland McGiverin - Last Updated Jun 16, 2014
Safety Management
by Rolland McGiverin - Last Updated Feb 7, 2014
Business and Economics
by Rolland McGiverin - Last Updated Jun 16, 2014
Prospect Research
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
Research potential donors: companies, individuals. Philanthropy. Fund-raising. Created for Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement [APRA] - Indiana meeting, June 2012
Banned Books Week
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 26, 2013
Every September, the American Library Association and others sponsor this week to commemorate our right to read freely by highlighting banned and challenged books.
Community Garden
by Edith Campbell - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Constitution Day and Citizenship Day
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 17, 2013
Constitution Day, September 17, is celebrated at Indiana State University by one more events on or around September 17.
Distance Learning at ISU Library
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Oct 8, 2014
Information for online classes and distance learners at ISU. It is the responsibility of Indiana State University Library to provide access to library materials and databases to ISU students no matter where they take a course.
Eye on Diversity
by Edith Campbell - Last Updated Jun 25, 2014
Fall Read at Indiana State University
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 23, 2013
Resources to support the Fall Read, the book, the documentary and assignments based on the chosen title
Finding ISU Theses and Dissertations
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Apr 12, 2012
Information concerning how to find Indiana State University theses and dissertations and how to obtain full-text.
Foundational Studies: Facilitators Resources
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 10, 2013
Supporting the Foundational Studies Certificate Program; brown bag program facilitators' materials gathered here.
Human Rights Day - 2011 - Article 26: The Right to Education
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Apr 14, 2011
10th annual HRD, a combined campus/community event, based on the principles outlined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights http://www.indstate.edu/hrd/declaration.htm
Library Annual Events
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Nov 17, 2014
Library-related events held the ISU Library
Library Extravaganza
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 22, 2014
Description of annual event; what information will be available, who is participating, etc.
Open Educational Resources
by Heather Rayl - Last Updated Nov 20, 2014
Learn how to incorporate open educational resources into your classroom.
Prospect Research
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
Research potential donors: companies, individuals. Philanthropy. Fund-raising. Created for Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement [APRA] - Indiana meeting, June 2012
Sycamore Scholars
by Cinda May - Last Updated May 7, 2014
ISU Institutional Repository provides open and full text access to ISU intellectual output (e.g., student projects, theses, dissertations, conference paper)
Take Back the Night: bringing awareness to gendered violence
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Nov 12, 2014
Resources on sexual assault, date rape, harassment of all kinds. Supporting annual student-run ISU event, usually scheduled for November. Related campus initiatives also included.
University Archives
by Cinda May - Last Updated Feb 10, 2014
A Guide to Finding and Using Primary Sources
Balancing Work and Life: A Guide to Resources
by Elizabeth Lorenzen - Last Updated Oct 23, 2014
This guide is a companion to Indiana State University's annual Work-Life Conference in the Library Events Area (created October 2012). The Conference supports ISU's Strategic Plan Goal 6, Initiative 1: "Enhance the quality of life for faculty and staff."
Career Guide
by Rolland McGiverin, Heather Rayl - Last Updated Jan 8, 2014
This guide will help you explore careers, look for jobs, write resumes, and practice interviewing techniques. This guide is co-sponsored by the Indiana State University Career Center.
Career Resources
by Elizabeth Lorenzen - Last Updated Nov 1, 2012
Comm 101 - Informative and Persuasive Speeches
by Steve Hardin - Last Updated Sep 26, 2014
Resources designed to support the Comm 101 research requirements Information and Persuasive Speeches and Group Presentations. Library online and print resources and reliable Internet sources are included
Media Writing
by Steve Hardin - Last Updated Jun 4, 2013
Created to support journalism courses including Media Writing - introduction to writing for broadcast media [print, TV, Internet, radio, public relations]
SPSS
by Edith Campbell, Steve Hardin - Last Updated Jul 9, 2014
Quick how to get started using SPSS on the computers in the library.
Wrongful Convictions
by Karen Evans - Last Updated Nov 5, 2014
wrongfully convicted, judicial error, judicial misconduct, exonerations, DNA exonerations, false arrest, false conviction, post conviction exonerations, post conviction release
Distance Learning at ISU Library
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Oct 8, 2014
Information for online classes and distance learners at ISU. It is the responsibility of Indiana State University Library to provide access to library materials and databases to ISU students no matter where they take a course.
Finding Full Text
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Nov 12, 2014
How to find full-text when starting from a citation
Finding ISU Theses and Dissertations
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Apr 12, 2012
Information concerning how to find Indiana State University theses and dissertations and how to obtain full-text.
Interlibrary Loan
by Shelley Arvin, Holli Moseman - Last Updated Sep 8, 2014
Open Educational Resources
by Heather Rayl - Last Updated Nov 20, 2014
Learn how to incorporate open educational resources into your classroom.
Technology Help
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
Troubleshooting tips for accessing and using library technologies
Business and Economics
by Rolland McGiverin - Last Updated Jun 16, 2014
Gender and Economics
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 22, 2014
Research guide to support Econ 353/WS 401 Gender & Economics course.
Human Resource Development
by Rolland McGiverin - Last Updated Oct 9, 2014
Foundational Studies: Facilitators Resources
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 10, 2013
Supporting the Foundational Studies Certificate Program; brown bag program facilitators' materials gathered here.
Education
by Edith Campbell - Last Updated Nov 10, 2014
The library is one of the most important sources for the 21st century educator. This one stop portal will support education students in their research about teaching and learning.
Teaching Materials Collection
by Edith Campbell - Last Updated Aug 28, 2014
Resources for Students Success Research
by Edith Campbell - Last Updated Dec 4, 2014
Resources for faculty, adjuncts, and staff to improve student retention, success, and completion.
Faculty Center for Teaching Excellence
by Edith Campbell - Last Updated Oct 13, 2014
"You Have to Reach Them to Teach Them"
Beginning Scholarly Research
by Edith Campbell - Last Updated Aug 6, 2014
Education Graduate Studies
by Edith Campbell - Last Updated Nov 3, 2014
SPSS
by Edith Campbell, Steve Hardin - Last Updated Jul 9, 2014
Quick how to get started using SPSS on the computers in the library.
Digital Humanities
by Natalie Bulick - Last Updated Jun 22, 2012
A guide for humanities students and scholars interested in exploring the application of technology to support, augment, propel their research.
ENG 108 Derrick
by Shelley Arvin, Cheryl Blevens - Last Updated Nov 2, 2011
Fall 2011
Freshman Writing: Library Research
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Nov 1, 2013
Basics of library resource use - online catalog, databases, topic selection; based on ISU's Freshman Writing courses, Eng 105 & 107
Alerts
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Sep 16, 2014
Instructions for how to set up alerts using different publishers or databases. In addition, sometimes the Web site of a journal provides a way to create a Table of Contents alert.
Community Garden
by Edith Campbell - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
DATABASES
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Sep 3, 2014
One stop shop to learn about the variety of databases available to ISU
Distance Learning at ISU Library
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Oct 8, 2014
Information for online classes and distance learners at ISU. It is the responsibility of Indiana State University Library to provide access to library materials and databases to ISU students no matter where they take a course.
Evidence-Based Practice
by Shelley Arvin, Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 19, 2014
Evidence-Based Practice for the health disciplines
Finding Full Text
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Nov 12, 2014
How to find full-text when starting from a citation
Finding Help
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Jan 24, 2012
Where to find help with research
Finding ISU Theses and Dissertations
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Apr 12, 2012
Information concerning how to find Indiana State University theses and dissertations and how to obtain full-text.
Interlibrary Loan
by Shelley Arvin, Holli Moseman - Last Updated Sep 8, 2014
Internet
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Nov 9, 2014
ISU LIBRARY BASICS
by Shelley Arvin, Steve Hardin, Rolland McGiverin, Marsha Miller - Last Updated Nov 4, 2014
What you need to know to get started with your research at the ISU Library.
Library Extravaganza
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 22, 2014
Description of annual event; what information will be available, who is participating, etc.
Open Educational Resources
by Heather Rayl - Last Updated Nov 20, 2014
Learn how to incorporate open educational resources into your classroom.
ScienceDirect
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Feb 13, 2013
ISU has a special contract with the ScienceDirect database to immedicately buy individual articles via its journals instead of having a subscription to all of the journals.
SOURCES
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Aug 15, 2014
Explains characteristics of different types of sources of information
Sycamore Scholars
by Cinda May - Last Updated May 7, 2014
ISU Institutional Repository provides open and full text access to ISU intellectual output (e.g., student projects, theses, dissertations, conference paper)
Technology Help
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
Troubleshooting tips for accessing and using library technologies
Wikipedia
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Jan 29, 2014
Digital Humanities
by Natalie Bulick - Last Updated Jun 22, 2012
A guide for humanities students and scholars interested in exploring the application of technology to support, augment, propel their research.
Distance Learning at ISU Library
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Oct 8, 2014
Information for online classes and distance learners at ISU. It is the responsibility of Indiana State University Library to provide access to library materials and databases to ISU students no matter where they take a course.
Finding ISU Theses and Dissertations
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Apr 12, 2012
Information concerning how to find Indiana State University theses and dissertations and how to obtain full-text.
Literature Reviews
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Jul 8, 2013
Stepwise introduction and review for producing literature reviews
Sycamore Scholars
by Cinda May - Last Updated May 7, 2014
ISU Institutional Repository provides open and full text access to ISU intellectual output (e.g., student projects, theses, dissertations, conference paper)
Technology Help
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
Troubleshooting tips for accessing and using library technologies
Biology
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
Biology information
Breast Cancer
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Mar 14, 2014
Web site for using the Internet to find health information and blogging on breast cancer
Hunger
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Jan 23, 2013
Primary support target: World Hunger and Nutrition course
Nutrition
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 10, 2014
Designed to support the Indiana State University Nutrition curriculum, concentrating on health & medical aspects
Nursing
by Shelley Arvin, Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 19, 2014
Primary target audience is ISU Nursing students, both on-campus and distance learners. Secondary audience includes students in Applied Medicine and Rehabilitation, Applied Health Sciences and anyone interested in researching medical/health topics.
Evidence-Based Practice
by Shelley Arvin, Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 19, 2014
Evidence-Based Practice for the health disciplines
Health & Safety Research
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Jan 26, 2012
Target audience: students in Applied Health Sciences HLTH 341 Research Methods
AMA Style
by Shelley Arvin, Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 10, 2014
Presents the American Medical Association citation style for citing publications and sources
ScienceDirect
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Feb 13, 2013
ISU has a special contract with the ScienceDirect database to immedicately buy individual articles via its journals instead of having a subscription to all of the journals.
Occupational Therapy
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated May 14, 2013
Supports the OT program in the Applied Medicine and Rehabilitation Department, College of Nursing, Health & Human Services
MEDLINE
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Jun 1, 2014
Union Hospital Internship Research
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Jun 2, 2014
BIOL 609
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Aug 19, 2014
NUR 322
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Sep 19, 2014
NUR 322 - Research/Theoretical Basis for Nursing Practice.
SBMA
by Shelley Arvin, Heather Rayl - Last Updated Dec 2, 2014
University Archives
by Cinda May - Last Updated Feb 10, 2014
A Guide to Finding and Using Primary Sources
Digital Humanities
by Natalie Bulick - Last Updated Jun 22, 2012
A guide for humanities students and scholars interested in exploring the application of technology to support, augment, propel their research.
History of Costume TAM 314
by Elizabeth Lorenzen - Last Updated Nov 5, 2013
These resources will assist with identifying time periods, people and events related to costume before the nineteenth century throughout the world.
Vigo County War of 1812 Website
by Susan Frey - Last Updated Jun 25, 2014
The Vigo County War of 1812 Website is an online resource created in 2010 to support the work of the Vigo County, Indiana, War of 1812 Bicentennial Committee. The Committee, having fulfilled its charge, is now disbanded. This guide is no longer updated.
Human Resource Development
by Rolland McGiverin - Last Updated Oct 9, 2014
Industrial Technology Education
by Rolland McGiverin - Last Updated Sep 8, 2014
Activity Theory (CHAT)
by Susan Frey - Last Updated Aug 5, 2013
Cultural historical activity theory (CHAT) is a psychological meta-theory used in theoretical and applied psychology and applied to multiple disciplines. This guide focuses primarliy on links to resources for information science and education.
Digital Humanities
by Natalie Bulick - Last Updated Jun 22, 2012
A guide for humanities students and scholars interested in exploring the application of technology to support, augment, propel their research.
Finding Full Text
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Nov 12, 2014
How to find full-text when starting from a citation
Internet
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Nov 9, 2014
Library Assessment
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Dec 3, 2014
Guidelines to create and manage a library assessment plan
Wikipedia
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Jan 29, 2014
Kinesiology, Recreation and Sport
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 10, 2013
Support for department's programs: nationally recognized programs in Coaching, Dance, Exercise Science, Martial Arts, Nonprofit Leadership, PE-Teacher Education, Recreation Mgmt &Youth Leadership, Recreational Therapy, Sport Mgmt, Strength/Conditioning
Banned Books Week
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 26, 2013
Every September, the American Library Association and others sponsor this week to commemorate our right to read freely by highlighting banned and challenged books.
Legal Research
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 10, 2013
Research techniques and Library and Internet resources based on an undergraduate legal research course (at ISU: Political Science 211)
Library Annual Events
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Nov 17, 2014
Library-related events held the ISU Library
Library Extravaganza
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 22, 2014
Description of annual event; what information will be available, who is participating, etc.
SPSS
by Edith Campbell, Steve Hardin - Last Updated Jul 9, 2014
Quick how to get started using SPSS on the computers in the library.
Music
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
This page is a selective guide to assist Music students with locating initial resources
Ethnomusicology
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 10, 2013
Music 150: Introduction to Music Traditions
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
An introductory guide developed in support of Music 150 course. For a more advanced Music Research guide, please visit: http://libguides.indstate.edu/MUSIC
Digital Humanities
by Natalie Bulick - Last Updated Jun 22, 2012
A guide for humanities students and scholars interested in exploring the application of technology to support, augment, propel their research.
Poverty, Hunger and Homelessness
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Oct 6, 2014
This site supports a theme that is used in several courses, including Political Science 107
SPSS
by Edith Campbell, Steve Hardin - Last Updated Jul 9, 2014
Quick how to get started using SPSS on the computers in the library.
Women's Studies
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 19, 2013
A guide to support ISU's WS 200 'Introduction to Womens' Studies', and related classes. Coverage for on-campus and online students included.
Activity Theory (CHAT)
by Susan Frey - Last Updated Aug 5, 2013
Cultural historical activity theory (CHAT) is a psychological meta-theory used in theoretical and applied psychology and applied to multiple disciplines. This guide focuses primarliy on links to resources for information science and education.
Psychology
by Rolland McGiverin - Last Updated Aug 28, 2013
Digital Humanities
by Natalie Bulick - Last Updated Jun 22, 2012
A guide for humanities students and scholars interested in exploring the application of technology to support, augment, propel their research.
Astronomy
by Shelley Arvin, Steve Hardin - Last Updated Jul 25, 2014
BIOL 609
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Aug 19, 2014
Biology
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
Biology information
Chemistry
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Jul 9, 2014
Climate Change
by Shelley Arvin, Steve Hardin - Last Updated Aug 16, 2012
Subject guide on Global Warming, Climate Change, Greenhouse Effect, Climatic Change
CSE Style Guide
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Aug 16, 2012
Citation style tips based upon the Scientific Style and Format: The CSE Manual for Author, Editors and Publishers, 7th edition, 2006.
Earth & Environmental Systems
by Steve Hardin - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Research information relevant to EES
Energy Sources
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Sep 7, 2012
Freshwater Systems
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Aug 18, 2014
About any ecological system related to freshwater: lakes, rivers, streams, ponds, groundwater, etc.
Indiana Natural History
by Shelley Arvin, Steve Hardin - Last Updated Jun 27, 2014
Resources to discover information about ecoregions, water resources, geological features, and the natural history of Indiana.
Mammalogy
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Oct 15, 2013
Physics
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Jun 25, 2014
Physics
SBMA
by Shelley Arvin, Heather Rayl - Last Updated Dec 2, 2014
Science
by Shelley Arvin, Steve Hardin - Last Updated Aug 27, 2014
Science Databases
by Shelley Arvin, Steve Hardin - Last Updated Jun 25, 2014
Information about and training options for many science databases
Science Vendors
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Feb 12, 2013
Links to Web sites of science publishers and vendors of books, journals, and other information materials.
ScienceDirect
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Feb 13, 2013
ISU has a special contract with the ScienceDirect database to immedicately buy individual articles via its journals instead of having a subscription to all of the journals.
Gender and Economics
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 22, 2014
Research guide to support Econ 353/WS 401 Gender & Economics course.
Social Work: Population Information
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 19, 2014
Geared to Social Work 130 course but can be used by any social work student or topic seeker.
History of Costume TAM 314
by Elizabeth Lorenzen - Last Updated Nov 5, 2013
These resources will assist with identifying time periods, people and events related to costume before the nineteenth century throughout the world.
Theater & Film
by Steve Hardin, Elizabeth Lorenzen - Last Updated Feb 25, 2014
This is a selective guide developed to support research in Theater & Film
Turnitin for Instructors
by Steve Hardin - Last Updated Aug 13, 2012
Instructions on creating and using Turnitin assignments via Blackboard. Also includes information on how your students may use Turnitin through Blackboard.
Turnitin for Students
by Steve Hardin - Last Updated Aug 13, 2012
How students can access and use Turnitin
Gender and Economics
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 22, 2014
Research guide to support Econ 353/WS 401 Gender & Economics course.
Poverty, Hunger and Homelessness
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Oct 6, 2014
This site supports a theme that is used in several courses, including Political Science 107
Take Back the Night: bringing awareness to gendered violence
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Nov 12, 2014
Resources on sexual assault, date rape, harassment of all kinds. Supporting annual student-run ISU event, usually scheduled for November. Related campus initiatives also included.
Women's Studies
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 19, 2013
A guide to support ISU's WS 200 'Introduction to Womens' Studies', and related classes. Coverage for on-campus and online students included.
Indiana State University Math & Writing Center
by Nicole Bailey - Last Updated Dec 8, 2014
The MWC helps students from all departments develop the essential skills of math and writing.
Freshman Writing: Library Research
by Marsha Miller - Last Updated Nov 1, 2013
Basics of library resource use - online catalog, databases, topic selection; based on ISU's Freshman Writing courses, Eng 105 & 107
Chicago Style
by Nicole Bailey - Last Updated Aug 15, 2011
Finding Full Text
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Nov 12, 2014
How to find full-text when starting from a citation
EndNote and Bibliographic Management Software
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Dec 3, 2014
Bibliographic management software is an application designed to store, organize, manage, and format your citations into the appropriate citation style.
Interlibrary Loan
by Shelley Arvin, Holli Moseman - Last Updated Sep 8, 2014
AMA Style
by Shelley Arvin, Marsha Miller - Last Updated Sep 10, 2014
Presents the American Medical Association citation style for citing publications and sources
Sycamore Scholars
by Cinda May - Last Updated May 7, 2014
ISU Institutional Repository provides open and full text access to ISU intellectual output (e.g., student projects, theses, dissertations, conference paper)
CSE Style Guide
by Shelley Arvin - Last Updated Aug 16, 2012
Citation style tips based upon the Scientific Style and Format: The CSE Manual for Author, Editors and Publishers, 7th edition, 2006.

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