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eBook & eBook Collections
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Customized Subject and Class Guides
WMU librarians can create customized guides of selected resources for your students. These may include links to e-books, digitized collections, full text databases, or any other type of resources your students need to complete research assignments. To see some samples of guides that have already been created see the list of class guides.
The WMU Libraries provide a variety of tutorials on all aspects of the research process. These tutorials can be embedded in e-learning classes or linked to from a website. Many of these tutorials can be assigned to students as part of a class assignment. The list of existing tutorials can be found on the WMU Libraries Tutorials page
Comprehensive tutorial on plagiarism and academic writing. Primarily intended for graduate students, but worthwhile for undergraduates as well as faculty.
- Last Updated Feb 27, 2014
A series of videos and reading materials related to plagiarism, mainly at the graduate level
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Citing Sources / Style Guides Resources
Extensive help and resource materials are available on using standard style guides, such as APA, MLA, etc. You can link to any of these help pages, PDF guides, or tutorials on the Citing Sources help pages.
This guide provides information about options offered through open educational resources projects, as well as resources and services offered through the WMU Libraries.
- Last Updated May 29, 2014
212 views this year
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