Thursday, March 15th from 2:00pm-3:30pm, learn strategies for effectively researching and writing a literature review. This workshop is co-taught with the Writing Center and will be held in the Student Learning Center (MLIB 283). Topics covered include research strategies, literature appraisal methods, strategies for critically reading academic articles, and ways to organize and compare research. Learn more about our workshops!
How do we honor history's lesser known participants? Students in HSTA 371 have been researching the Woman Suffrage Movement in Montana and are producing biographical sketches for a crowdsourced biographical dictionary of the Woman Suffrage Movement in the US. This dictionary is a project of the Center for the Historical Study of Women and Gender at SUNY-Bringhamton. These students will present their research and hold a Q&A on March 22nd in Theta Rho from 6:00pm-8:00pm. Come share in their discoveries!
Need to fulfill your Democracy and Citizenship requirement? Take LSCI 210Y (CRN 74862) this fall! An introduction to copyright and culture, Who Owns Culture is a 3-credit, online course. Instructor Tammy Ravas is Associate Professor and the Fine Arts and Media Librarian at Mansfield Library. Register now!
Mansfield Library and the Payne Family Library at Missoula College house many materials for your classes, like books, films and the Box of Bones and Skull Box for anatomy and physiology courses. Search by course number, course title, instructor or title of material in the Course Reserves tab on our home page. Then pick them up at the Check Out desk. Questions? Contact us!