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Library Research Guides - Lynda Sampson

Adjunct Professor/Librarian

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Lynda M Sampson
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11110 Alondra Blvd.
Norwalk, CA 90650-6298

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Black Images in Popular Culture
by Lynda Sampson - Last Updated Mar 12, 2014
Research guide supporting ART108/HUM108 and Library 100: Exploring African American History and Culture Through Library Research
Shakespeare and His Times
by The Librarian, Lynda Sampson - Last Updated Mar 26, 2014
A research guide focused on William Shakespeare and Elizabethan England.
Tags: drama, elizabethan england, literary criticism, literature, shakespeare

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Library 100: Exploring African American History and Culture Through Library Research

SPRING 2014

Library 100: Exploring African American History and Culture Ticket #20162. All class information will be available online via TalonNet.

JANUARY 13 - MAY 25, 2014. LIBR 100 is a one-unit course that will guide you through the process of becoming information competent. You will learn how information is organized, how to search for and retrieve information, and how to evaluate information. You will learn to use traditional reference sources as well as online tools. You will learn how to search, not just surf, the Internet and the World Wide Web. You will learn the steps required for doing a research paper, including the search strategy, preparation of a bibliography, and how to properly cite the information resources (print and electronic) that you use. You are NOT required to do an actual research paper.

For general information about the Library 100 course or the current course offerings, please click here.

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