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African American Church/Civil Rights
by Marilyn Schuster - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
This course is designed to introduce students to the critical, academic study of race, religion and movements of liberation. In addition, this course looks at the issues of ethnicity and race within the academic study of religion
African American History Survey 1400-1860
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
This course explores events and circumstances that brought Africans to the Americas. A significant part of the course will focus upon the Atlantic world examining both sides of the Atlantic Ocean from 1400 to 1776.
African American History Survey Since 1860
by Amanda Binder, Marilyn Schuster - Last Updated Jan 22, 2014
Undergraduate course in African American history from 1860. The course examines the experience of African Americans as they began to participate in society as a United States citizen.
Africana Studies
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
Emancipation Societies: The mid to late 19th Century
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
This course seeks to examine what happens in a society immersed in African slavery for hundreds of years and the way it addresses the emergence of freedom of former slaves.
Racial Violence Between Blacks and Whites: Colonial Times to the Present
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
This course examines African American and White attitudes toward violence as an avenue for liberation and self-definition in the United Sates from colonial settlement to the twenty-first century.
United States History Since 1865
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
Graduate course in United States History from Reconstruction to the present. Students will examine primary and secondary materials related to issues from 1865-the twenty-first century.
African American History Survey 1400-1860
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
This course explores events and circumstances that brought Africans to the Americas. A significant part of the course will focus upon the Atlantic world examining both sides of the Atlantic Ocean from 1400 to 1776.
African American History Survey Since 1860
by Amanda Binder, Marilyn Schuster - Last Updated Jan 22, 2014
Undergraduate course in African American history from 1860. The course examines the experience of African Americans as they began to participate in society as a United States citizen.
Racial Violence Between Blacks and Whites: Colonial Times to the Present
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
This course examines African American and White attitudes toward violence as an avenue for liberation and self-definition in the United Sates from colonial settlement to the twenty-first century.
ANTH 3111: Applied Anthropology
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 3, 2013
ARCH 6601 - Ideas in Architecture
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Architecture
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
research + design
Architecture Databases
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Community Planning Workshop
by Sara DeWaay, Reese Manceaux - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
History of Architecture I
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Urban Design
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 26, 2014
Supports the Master of Urban Design program in the School of Architecture.
Art
Book Arts and Papermaking
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
This course is an introduction to 2-D and 3-D papermaking techniques and sculptural and traditinal book arts.
Studio Art
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
A starting point for finding information on art materials and techniques.
ARTE 2100: Introduction to Art Education
by Sara DeWaay, Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Introduction to the history of art education, theories of artistic development, teaching and learning in K-12 environments.
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Studio Art
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
A starting point for finding information on art materials and techniques.
Art History
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
A guide to Library and web resources to begin your study and research in art history.
ARTH 2001/3001: MesoAmerican Art
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
ARTH 3350: Northern Renaissance Art
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
ARTH 3360 Northern Baroque Art
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
History of Architecture I
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Studio Art
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
A starting point for finding information on art materials and techniques.
Bioinformatics Research Guide
by Melanie Sorrell - Last Updated Aug 18, 2014
Research assistance for the College of Computing and Informatics.
BIOL 3111 Cell Biology
by Melanie Sorrell - Last Updated Aug 18, 2014
Cell Biology
BIOL 4600: Senior Seminar
by Melanie Sorrell - Last Updated Aug 21, 2014
Biology Research Guide
by Melanie Sorrell - Last Updated Aug 18, 2014
Business Career Resources
by Nicole Spoor - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
Includes networking and outreach resources
BUSN 1101
by Nicole Spoor - Last Updated Aug 1, 2014
COMM 2105
by Nicole Spoor - Last Updated Aug 1, 2014
COMM 3160: Business Communications
by Nicole Spoor - Last Updated Aug 1, 2014
MBAD 6175 Global Marketing Management
by Nicole Spoor - Last Updated Aug 1, 2014
MBAD6194: Global Strategic Management
by Nicole Spoor - Last Updated Aug 29, 2013
MGMT 3282: Managerial Ethics
by Nicole Spoor - Last Updated Aug 1, 2014
MGMT3277_001: Entrepreneurship
by Nicole Spoor - Last Updated Aug 1, 2014
MKTG 3231 Global Marketing Management
by Nicole Spoor - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Chemistry Research Guide
by Melanie Sorrell - Last Updated Aug 26, 2014
Education Faculty Information
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Basic information on and resources for doing research in the fields of educational leadership, curriculum instruction, child and family development, counseling and special education.
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Basic information on and resources for doing research in the fields of educational leadership, curriculum instruction, child and family development, counseling and special education.
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
CEGR 3155
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Construction Management and Civil Engineering Technology ETCE 2112L_All Sections
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
This Surveying II Laboratory is charged with designing an engineering design proposal for the preliminary design of a detention pond located on Mary Alexander Road on the UNC Charlotte campus.
Communication Studies
by Donna Gunter - Last Updated Jan 6, 2012
Resources and research guides for Communication Studies topics.
JOUR 3160 - Newswriting (Spainhour)
by Donna Gunter - Last Updated May 15, 2014
ITCS 4161/5161
by Beth Scarborough - Last Updated Jul 14, 2014
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Basic information on and resources for doing research in the fields of educational leadership, curriculum instruction, child and family development, counseling and special education.
Charlotte Teacher Institute 2013
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
Charlotte Teacher Institute 2014
by Abby Moore, Judy Walker - Last Updated Jul 28, 2014
Education Faculty Information
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Basic information on and resources for doing research in the fields of educational leadership, curriculum instruction, child and family development, counseling and special education.
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Basic information on and resources for doing research in the fields of educational leadership, curriculum instruction, child and family development, counseling and special education.
RSCH 8210: Applied Research Methods
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Dance
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Dance History I
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Dance
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Enrichment Seminar: Sustainability Science
by Jeff McAdams, Stephanie Otis - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
UCOL 1205
ESCI 1101 - Earth Sciences/Geography
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
GEOL 3124: Sedimentology
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Research Guide
GEOL 6102 - Paleoenvironments
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Geology/Earth Sciences Research Guide
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Guide to the major journal databases, as well as some other relevant links
ADMN 8160: Educational Administration
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 22, 2013
Education Faculty Information
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Basic information on and resources for doing research in the fields of educational leadership, curriculum instruction, child and family development, counseling and special education.
Organizing Your Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 26, 2014
RSCH 8210: Applied Research Methods
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Charlotte Teacher Institute 2013
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
Charlotte Teacher Institute 2014
by Abby Moore, Judy Walker - Last Updated Jul 28, 2014
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
STEM the Tide: Free Educational Materials from the Government
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Feb 9, 2014
Government resources for teaching STEM.
CEGR 3155
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
CMET 6160 - Research Methods
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Research help for CMET 6160 – RESEARCH AND ANALYTICAL METHODS
Construction Management and Civil Engineering Technology ETCE 2112L_All Sections
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
This Surveying II Laboratory is charged with designing an engineering design proposal for the preliminary design of a detention pond located on Mary Alexander Road on the UNC Charlotte campus.
ECGR 5090
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
ELET 4191 - Applied Project Management
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Engineering Research Guide
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Library resources to support academic research in engineering fields
ENGR 3670 - Total Quality Systems
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
ENGR/ETGR 1201
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
A guide to library resources for Engineering 1201
ETFS 1252 - Fire Protection Law
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Research guide for Fire Protection Law, Spring 2011
ETFS 4123 - Command and Control of Major Disasters
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Research help for ETFS4123 Command and Control of Major Disasters
INES 8102: Infrastructure Systems
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Research Guide
MEGR 3216 - Thermal Fluids Design
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Transportation Engineering
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Research Guide by Donna Gunter
by Donna Gunter - Last Updated Mar 27, 2012
Research Guide For Controversial Topics
by Donna Gunter - Last Updated Sep 28, 2011
Research Guide For Literary Criticism
by Donna Gunter - Last Updated Sep 6, 2013
Topics in English/Honors: Nature Writing
by Donna Gunter - Last Updated Dec 17, 2010
This guide provides resources for your study of a place.
ENGL 1102/1103
by Stephanie Otis - Last Updated Mar 24, 2014
ENGL 1103 - Wertz-Orbaugh
by Pamela Mason, Stephanie Otis - Last Updated Oct 9, 2013
Holocaust sources
Community Planning Workshop
by Sara DeWaay, Reese Manceaux - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Enrichment Seminar: Sustainability Science
by Jeff McAdams, Stephanie Otis - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
UCOL 1205
GEOG3100: The City and Its Region
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Research Guide
GEOG4210/5210 : Urban Planning Methods
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Accessing Census Data using Simply Map
Geography Research Guide
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 28, 2014
Journal databases and selected other data sources
Global Village Learning Community
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Mar 18, 2014
Library Guide for the Global Village Learning Community
GEOL 3124: Sedimentology
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Research Guide
GEOL 6102 - Paleoenvironments
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Geology/Earth Sciences Research Guide
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Guide to the major journal databases, as well as some other relevant links
INES 8102: Infrastructure Systems
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Research Guide
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Africa and Globalization
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
African American Church/Civil Rights
by Marilyn Schuster - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
This course is designed to introduce students to the critical, academic study of race, religion and movements of liberation. In addition, this course looks at the issues of ethnicity and race within the academic study of religion
African American History Survey 1400-1860
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
This course explores events and circumstances that brought Africans to the Americas. A significant part of the course will focus upon the Atlantic world examining both sides of the Atlantic Ocean from 1400 to 1776.
African American History Survey Since 1860
by Amanda Binder, Marilyn Schuster - Last Updated Jan 22, 2014
Undergraduate course in African American history from 1860. The course examines the experience of African Americans as they began to participate in society as a United States citizen.
Black Death
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
History of the arrival and spread of the plague in 14th century Europe.
Blood and Guts: Medicine and Trauma on the Modern Battlefield
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
19th and 20th Century Wars of Europe and the United States.
Britain in the Age of Total War
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
The two world wars had a profound effect on Britain, with lasting consequences for society, politics, the economy, and Britain's place in the world.
Bullets and Bandages: Historiography of Modern War and Medicine
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jan 22, 2014
Library research guide for HIST 4003-A01/5001-A02
Emancipation Societies: The mid to late 19th Century
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
This course seeks to examine what happens in a society immersed in African slavery for hundreds of years and the way it addresses the emergence of freedom of former slaves.
HIST 2211: Modern Africa
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Apr 8, 2014
HIST 2284: WWII: European Theatre
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Mar 28, 2014
HIST 2297: History of North Carolina, 1500-Present
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Aug 12, 2014
This course explores the history of North Carolina from roughly 1500 through the present era. North Carolina's hisorical development is emphasized through three major themes: the social, political, and economic changes that have shaped the state
HIST 2600: Comparative Slaveries in African History
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jan 31, 2014
Research guide for students enrolled in HIST 2600: Comparative Slaveries in African History
HIST 2600: Great Depression and New Deal
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Aug 15, 2014
This course will familiarize students with the history of the New Deal and how that history has been re-interpreted overtime.
HIST 2600: Japan in World War II
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
Research guide for students enrolled in History Skills Seminar: Japan in World War Two.
HIST 2600: Popular Mobilization in the American Civil War
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
One of the most hotly debated academic issues of the Civil War remains the motivation of common soldiers to fight in what still remains America’s costliest conflict.
HIST 2600: The New South, 1865-1929
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Aug 12, 2014
HIST 3000: The Civil War in the West
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
HIST 3002: Gandhi and Radical Non-violent Dissent in the Modern World
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Mar 26, 2014
History 3002 class examining Gandhi's life and ideas
HIST 4-5000: 19th Century America
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
Research guide for students enrolled in HIST 4-5000: 19th Century America
HIST 4-5000: American Slavery
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 15, 2013
HIST 4600: Fiction in History
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Feb 21, 2014
HIST 4600: Lynching in America
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
HIST 4600: The British Empire
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
HIST 4600: US-Mexico Border/La Frontera
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Aug 28, 2014
Research guide for HIST 4600/LTAM 4600/LTAM 5600: U.S. - Mexico Border/La Frontera: Migration and Settlement since 1900
HIST 4797: Honors Methods and Practice
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Aug 28, 2014
This course will teach you how to approach the researching and writing of an honors history thesis
HIST 6000: Topics in American History
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
Research guide for students enrolled in HIST 6000: American Politics from Andrew Jackson to Barack Obama
History of Health and Healing in Africa
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 19, 2012
history_course; health; healing; Africa
Imperialism and Resistance
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
Latino/a History
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
A survey of Latino/a history from the Mexican-American War to the present with emphasis on the twentieth-century and contemporary issues. The course examines the diverse experiences of Mexican, Central American, Caribbean and Latin Americans in the US.
Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Social Movements in the United States
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
Reviews major historical works that examine the characteristics, goals and impact of major social movements in the United States.
Race and gender in Urban America
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
Research seminar that examines the history of the black urban experience, focusing primarily on the period from the turn-of-the-century to the present.
Racial Violence Between Blacks and Whites: Colonial Times to the Present
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
This course examines African American and White attitudes toward violence as an avenue for liberation and self-definition in the United Sates from colonial settlement to the twenty-first century.
Racial Violence in America
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
This course examines the nature and history of race violence in the United States from the end of the Civil War to the present.
South in Popular Culture
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
Southern Women's History
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
history_course; women's history; southern history
The Final Solution
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
Using the Nazi 'Final Solution of the Jewish Question' as a starting point, this course offers students training in the fundamental methodological skills of researching, interpreting, and presenting history in written and oral forms.
U.S. Mexico Border/La Frontera
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 12, 2012
This reading and writing colloquium examines the U.S.-Mexico Border/La Frontera in the twentieth century through the prism of migration and settlement. The course will focus on migration and settlement on both sides of the international boundary.
United States History Since 1865
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
Graduate course in United States History from Reconstruction to the present. Students will examine primary and secondary materials related to issues from 1865-the twenty-first century.
War and Society in the Twentieth Century
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 5, 2012
Works with primary and secondary sources, including scholarly books and articles, newspapers, propaganda and once-secret documents.
World Revolutions
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jul 24, 2012
World War II: The "Good War"?
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jan 15, 2013
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
INES 8102: Infrastructure Systems
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Research Guide
Education Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Basic information on and resources for doing research in the fields of educational leadership, curriculum instruction, child and family development, counseling and special education.
JOUR 3160 - Newswriting (Spainhour)
by Donna Gunter - Last Updated May 15, 2014
Kinesiology Research Guide
by Mendy Ozan - Last Updated Aug 19, 2014
Subject guide for Kinesiology
Respiratory Therapy
by Mendy Ozan - Last Updated Jul 18, 2014
ARTH 2001/3001: MesoAmerican Art
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
HIST 4600: US-Mexico Border/La Frontera
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Aug 28, 2014
Research guide for HIST 4600/LTAM 4600/LTAM 5600: U.S. - Mexico Border/La Frontera: Migration and Settlement since 1900
POLS 3030/LTAM 3003: Politics of Latin American Immigration to U.S.
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Oct 23, 2013
The Politics of Latin American Immigration to the United States
POLS/LTAM 3164
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Oct 17, 2012
U.S.-Latin American Relations
LBST 2101 & 2102 - Sinclair
by Stephanie Otis - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
LBST 2101-202: Liberty, Equality, and Power - Blacks in America (Mixon)
by Amanda Binder, Marilyn Schuster - Last Updated Feb 25, 2014
This is a lecture course on the evolution of Western History and Culture with a focus on the Americas and the question of peoples of African descent.
LBST 2102-209: Global Connections: Women and Children in the Developing World
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Jan 2, 2014
This is a resource guide for LBST 2102-209: Global Connections: Women and Children in the Developing World (Johnson).
Mathematics Research Guide
by Alison Bradley - Last Updated Aug 11, 2014
MEGR 3216 - Thermal Fluids Design
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Geology/Earth Sciences Research Guide
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Guide to the major journal databases, as well as some other relevant links
Charlotte Teacher Institute 2013
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
Charlotte Teacher Institute 2014
by Abby Moore, Judy Walker - Last Updated Jul 28, 2014
Education Faculty Information
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
MDSK 6351: Advanced Science Methods
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Jul 28, 2014
STEM the Tide: Free Educational Materials from the Government
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Feb 9, 2014
Government resources for teaching STEM.
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Basic information on and resources for doing research in the fields of educational leadership, curriculum instruction, child and family development, counseling and special education.
MDSK 6351: Advanced Science Methods
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Jul 28, 2014
STEM the Tide: Free Educational Materials from the Government
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Feb 9, 2014
Government resources for teaching STEM.
Music Research Guide
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Books, articles, materials for Music Performance and Education.
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Music Research Guide
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Books, articles, materials for Music Performance and Education.
DNP Toolkit
by Mendy Ozan - Last Updated Aug 21, 2014
Nursing Databases and Research
by Mendy Ozan - Last Updated Jul 17, 2014
Nursing Graduate Studies
by Mendy Ozan - Last Updated Jul 28, 2014
Subject guide for graduate nursing students
NURS_4900
by Mendy Ozan - Last Updated May 21, 2014
Research in Nursing Practice
NURS_6101
by Mendy Ozan - Last Updated May 21, 2014
Nursing Theory
NURS_6601: Dr. Judith Carnelius
by Mendy Ozan - Last Updated May 21, 2014
Emphasis is on synthesizing theory, research and practice through a project that involves collaboration with faculty and possibly a health related agency.
OPTI 8110
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Jul 14, 2014
MGMT 3140 and MGMT 6161
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Jan 3, 2012
OSCI 8001 - Organizational Science Current Topics
by Reese Manceaux - Last Updated Jun 12, 2013
Data Sources
Philosophy
by Donna Gunter - Last Updated Jul 18, 2013
POLS 1130: Comparative Politics
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 18, 2013
POLS 2220: Political Science Methods
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 3, 2013
POLS 3030/LTAM 3003: Politics of Latin American Immigration to U.S.
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Oct 23, 2013
The Politics of Latin American Immigration to the United States
POLS 3030: Chinese Foreign Policy
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 3, 2013
POLS 3030: Democracy and Terrorism
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 3, 2013
POLS 3135: Terrorism
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 3, 2013
POLS 3148: Chinese Politics
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Feb 17, 2014
POLS 3154: Cyberspace and Politics
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Nov 19, 2013
POLS 4600: Terrorism
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 23, 2013
POLS/LTAM 3164
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Oct 17, 2012
U.S.-Latin American Relations
PSYC 1101: General Psychology
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 27, 2013
PSYC 2120: Child Psychology
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Jan 16, 2014
PSYC 3137: Positive Psychology
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 21, 2014
HLTH_4104 Epidemiology
by Mendy Ozan - Last Updated Oct 1, 2013
Epidemiology
Public Health Research Guide
by Mendy Ozan - Last Updated May 19, 2014
PPOL 8600: Public Policy Process
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Sep 3, 2013
Statistical Data Resources
by Reese Manceaux - Last Updated Jul 14, 2014
Help finding statistics and datasets.
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Basic information on and resources for doing research in the fields of educational leadership, curriculum instruction, child and family development, counseling and special education.
African American Church/Civil Rights
by Marilyn Schuster - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
This course is designed to introduce students to the critical, academic study of race, religion and movements of liberation. In addition, this course looks at the issues of ethnicity and race within the academic study of religion
LBST 2101 & 2102 - Sinclair
by Stephanie Otis - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
Religious Studies
by Donna Gunter - Last Updated Jul 18, 2013
Research sources and tools for Religious Studies topics.
RELS 3000-001: Atheism
by Donna Gunter - Last Updated Jul 18, 2013
RELS 6000: Teaching Religious Studies
by Donna Gunter - Last Updated Jul 18, 2013
Seminar in the Religions of Late Antiquity RELS 6615-090
by Marilyn Schuster - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
The Christian Book
Respiratory Therapy
by Mendy Ozan - Last Updated Jul 18, 2014
ADMN 8160: Educational Administration
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 22, 2013
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Basic information on and resources for doing research in the fields of educational leadership, curriculum instruction, child and family development, counseling and special education.
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Basic information on and resources for doing research in the fields of educational leadership, curriculum instruction, child and family development, counseling and special education.
MDSK 6351: Advanced Science Methods
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Jul 28, 2014
North Meck IB Students
by Marc Bess, Judy Walker - Last Updated Jun 2, 2014
STEM the Tide: Free Educational Materials from the Government
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Feb 9, 2014
Government resources for teaching STEM.
Social Work Databases
by Mendy Ozan - Last Updated Aug 21, 2014
SOWK 3090: Child Welfare - Ms. Lowrance
by Mendy Ozan - Last Updated Oct 1, 2013
SOWK: First Year MSW Orientation
by Mendy Ozan - Last Updated Jan 17, 2014
Criminology
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
Global Village Learning Community
by Amanda Binder - Last Updated Mar 18, 2014
Library Guide for the Global Village Learning Community
Introduction to Sociology
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Aug 18, 2011
Sociology
LBST 1102: Arts and Society: Film
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Jul 17, 2013
Sociological Research Methods
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Jan 22, 2013
Sociology 1101 - Kendra Jason
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Feb 18, 2014
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Faculty Information
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Basic information on and resources for doing research in the fields of educational leadership, curriculum instruction, child and family development, counseling and special education.
SPED 5173: Diagnostic Assessment
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Sep 10, 2013
ENGR 3670 - Total Quality Systems
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Education Faculty Information
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Basic information on and resources for doing research in the fields of educational leadership, curriculum instruction, child and family development, counseling and special education.
Education Faculty Information
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Education Research
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Aug 25, 2014
Basic information on and resources for doing research in the fields of educational leadership, curriculum instruction, child and family development, counseling and special education.
TESL 6204: Multicultural Education
by Judy Walker - Last Updated Sep 11, 2013
THEA 2141 - Dramaturgy
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Theatre
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 26, 2014
Education Related Tutorials
by Judy Walker - Last Updated May 25, 2014
This guide contains a variety of print and video tutorials designed to help students and faculty in the College of Education search our resources and/or utilize the library's services more efficiently and effectively.
Wine to Water
by Stephanie Otis - Last Updated Sep 19, 2013
Community Planning Workshop
by Sara DeWaay, Reese Manceaux - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Urban Design
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 26, 2014
Supports the Master of Urban Design program in the School of Architecture.
Community Planning Workshop
by Sara DeWaay, Reese Manceaux - Last Updated Aug 4, 2014
Geography Research Guide
by Jeff McAdams - Last Updated Aug 28, 2014
Journal databases and selected other data sources
Urban Design
by Sara DeWaay - Last Updated Aug 26, 2014
Supports the Master of Urban Design program in the School of Architecture.
WGST_2110: Women in the Media
by Bridgette Sanders - Last Updated Sep 6, 2011

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