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REMOTE LIBRARY SERVICES
Students who attend the library workshop will:
- Recognize the value of using library resources instead of just Googling it!
- Identify appropriate library search tools for their assignment
- Use database tools and careful search strategy to find credible sources on their topic
Research takes time!
Be curious -- Be flexible -- Be patient
Publication Date: 2016
This class guide is a starting point for your research. It includes some tips and tools to help you find useful articles, films, and images about current issues faced by the Native American community.
Indian Tribes from class readings and media:
Cherokee -- Navajo -- Ojibwe
Topics of interest from class readings and media:
- tribal law vs. US law
- education on the rez
- physical health/health care
- mental health
- restoring culture (Gather)
- disappearing native women (Wind River)
- reviving languages
- employment, small business, entrepreneurship
How to Book a Research Appointment