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  • Pros and Cons of Contemporary Issues more information

    Guide to locating library materials relevant to assignments dealing with pros and cons of contemporary issues. Recommended materials include specific databases, web sites and book series. Keywords: English composition, research paper, writing assignments, topics, position papers

  • How to Read Call Numbers more information

    Navigate physical library collections with this guide to reading Library of Congress Call Numbers.  Keywords: LOC, finding books, locating materials, stacks

  • Finding Dissertations and Theses more information

    Learn how to find and access UA and non-UA dissertations. Keywords: interlibrary loan, ProQuest, UMI Dissertation Express

  • Finding Maps more information

    Guide to finding maps by searching, browsing, and limiting by format in the UA Library Catalog. Includes links to more information about geospatial data, GIS and searching for specific types of map resources. Keywords: limit search, refine search results, maps, GIS, topographic, geospatial data, aerial photographs, aeronautical charts

  • EDGAR at SEC.gov more information

    Introduction into finding SEC filings by public companies on the EDGAR database.

  • Assessment, Survey, Measurement Instruments more information

    Find Health and Psycho-social instruments, including surveys, scales, inventories and questionnaires. NOTE - many require a fee to view or use. Keywords: Instruments, Assessment, Survey, Measurement, Scales, Inventories, Questionnaires

  • Med Student Guide to AHSL more information

    This tutorial will introduce first year medical students to some of the key resources available to them through the Arizona Health Sciences Library. Keywords: medical student databases resources textbooks

  • Finding Library Materials more information

    Learn to find different types of materials, including how to search the catalog and locate maps, newspapers, magazines, journals, books, articles, textbooks, government documents, technical reports, audio/ visuals, and dissertations/ theses. Keywords: fundamental skill, OPAC, locating library resources