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Browsing Aid to Library of Congress Classification
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated May 9, 2011
Lists and describes main sections in Library of Congress Classification system applicable to Saint Louis University.
Chemistry
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Dec 12, 2014
Librarian-selected resources for chemistry.
Tags: chemistry, scifinder_scholar
Computer Science
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
Basic Resouces for Computer Science
Tags: computer_science, technology
Crossroads: Health & Wellness
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Sep 8, 2014
Suggested resources for health and well-being challenges for special groups.
Databases A-Z List
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Dec 9, 2014
This guide contains a full list of databases including ejournal and ebook collections, organized by name. Terms of Use: University Libraries Appropriate Use Policy for Electronic Resources
EBooks - Using EBSCO eBooks
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Oct 10, 2014
Includes how to search, view, print, save, and download (if available) EBSCO ebooks.
Tags: ebscohost ebooks
Ebooks at the SLU Libraries
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Dec 2, 2014
Check out how to find ebooks in the Library Catalog and in special collections of ebooks.
Tags: ebooks, ereference_books
Education Law
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
Librarian-selected resources for researching law topics in education--specifically, finding cases by topic, parties, and citation. Useful for the specific courses of Law and Higher Education, Law and Ethics, School Law, and Advanced School Law.
Tags: education, education_law, higher_education, law, lexisnexis_academic
Educational Leadership
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
Librarian suggested resources for graduate students and faculty in education (educational leadership - school administration - educational studies).
Tags: education, educational_leadership, leadership, school_administration
EndNote Tips
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Nov 18, 2014
A basic guide for installing, navigating and using EndNote X5, EndNote X6, and EndNote X7. Note: If you share EndNote online folders with colleagues, sharing can be done on EndNote online as usual.
Tags: bibliographic_citation_programs, endnote, endnote_for_ipad, endnote_web, endnote_x4, endnote_x5, endnote_x6, endnote_x7
English 1500
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Oct 24, 2014
Resources for locating materials in Pius Library
English 1900 Fall 2014
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Oct 14, 2014
Librarian suggested resources for English 1900 classes.
Tags: english_190
Evaluation of Faculty and Administrators in Higher Education
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
Resources for evaluating faculty teaching, service, and research and administrative leadership.
High School Class Visits
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Dec 5, 2014
Scheduling, preparing for your visit, parking, logistics, and general resources for high school class visits to Pius XII Memorial Library
Tags: high_school_visits pius_xii_memorial_library
Higher Education
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
This resource guide identifies key materials available to the Saint Louis University community that are useful for graduate students in the higher education program.
Tags: education, higher_education, lexisnexis_academic, news
How to Create Stable URLs
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
Instructions or links to instructions explaining how to create durable links to journals and articles by source, i.e. database, ejournal collection, and ebook.
Mathematics
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Dec 10, 2014
Basic resources for mathematics students and faculty
Tags: math, mathematical_statistics, mathematics
Mobile Access for Library Eresources
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Nov 17, 2014
A list with links to databases and other eresources with mobile versions.
Reference Portal
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Oct 28, 2014
A collection of resources and websites such as general and subject encyclopdias, dictionaries, style guides, almanacs, car prices, and more to answer general reference questions.
Tags: dictionaries, encyclopedias, reference, selected reference sites
Reference Portal: Encyclopedias
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Oct 28, 2014
Online encyclopedias (subscribed and free) available to the SLU Community.
Reference Portal: Find Images
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Oct 28, 2014
Need to locate photographs, drawings, advertisements? Try some of these sources.
Reference Portal: Quotation Sources
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Oct 28, 2014
Print and online sources for quotations.
Tags: quotations
Reference Portal: Statistics Sources
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Dec 5, 2014
Primary resources for national, state, local, and international statistics.
Tags: statistics_sources
Reference Portal: Style Guides and Manuals
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Dec 5, 2014
Sources to help you cite resources properly in a variety of styles: APA, AMA, Chicago, Legal, MLA, and Turabian.
Reference Portal: Catholic Resources
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Oct 28, 2014
Reference Portal: Colleges and Universities
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Oct 28, 2014
Links to college and university information in the U.S. and elsewhere, including college ranking sites and college selection sites.
Reference Portal: Dictionaries
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Oct 28, 2014
Links to general dictionaries, translating Web sites, and some subject dictionaries.
SLUth - Search Plus
by Georgia Baugh - Last Updated Dec 1, 2014
What it is, what it contains, and how to use it.

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