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We are open for summer quarter from 9am-4pm, Monday-Thursday and offer remote services Friday, 9am-12pm.
Find details on borrowing, tech equipment, course reserves, research and reference help, & instructional support at 2022 LIBRARY SERVICES.
Students who attend the library workshop will learn how to:
- Find information about their topic in a library database
- Cite the library sources they use to share what they learn
Research takes time!
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something that is a part of your history or that remains from an earlier time
This class guide will help with your research project. It includes tools and tips for finding useful information about the person, monument, or symbol you chose.
People and symbols whose legacy is being re-evaluated due to racial issues:
- Christopher Columbus
- Andrew Jackson
- Woodrow Wilson
- General Nathan Bedford Forrest
- Confederate flag
- Confederate flag at the South Carolina State Capitol
- statues of Confederate leaders in the U.S. Capitol
Civil rights leaders or liberation fighters who were persecuted while alive but are now widely honored:
- Harvey Milk
- Malcolm X
- Martin Luther King, Jr.
- John Brown
- Fannie Lou Hamer
- Dolores Huerta