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Comparative Literature: A Basic Subject Guide
by Alan Bailin - Last Updated Mar 10, 2014
For research related to literature from languages other than English.
Economics: A Basic Subject Guide
by Alan Bailin - Last Updated Jun 4, 2014
Geography: A Basic Subject Guide
by Alan Bailin - Last Updated Sep 23, 2014
Globalization and Its Effects
by Alan Bailin - Last Updated Sep 23, 2014
A subject guide for research on globalization and its effects.
Library Basics
by Alan Bailin, Ann Grafstein - Last Updated Feb 24, 2014
Information on what's in the library, where materials are located, how to borrow them, how to get help, and various library services for students.
Linguistics: A Basic Subject Guide
by Alan Bailin - Last Updated Mar 18, 2014
Micro-Freakonomics: New York's Hidden Economy
by Alan Bailin - Last Updated Mar 10, 2014
Subject Guide for the course "Micro-Freakonomics: New York's Hidden Economy"
Using Journal Finder and Find Article: A Tutorial
by Alan Bailin, Ann Grafstein - Last Updated Sep 16, 2014
Using "Journal Finder" and "Find Article"
Film Noir
by Annmarie Boyle - Last Updated Feb 14, 2014
Journalism
by Annmarie Boyle - Last Updated Dec 12, 2014
Here you will find listings of key reference tools, tips on finding books and articles, as well as searching the web. You can also access important RSS Feeds, Blogs and Podcasts along with information on careers.
Mass 11 Group Presentation Assignment
by Annmarie Boyle - Last Updated Sep 13, 2013
Mass Media: History & Development
by Annmarie Boyle - Last Updated Oct 7, 2014
Media Literacy, 2014
by Annmarie Boyle - Last Updated Feb 17, 2014
Open-Access Resources
by Annmarie Boyle, David Woolwine - Last Updated Dec 4, 2014
Polls & Surveys
by Annmarie Boyle - Last Updated Mar 6, 2013
Public Relations
by Annmarie Boyle - Last Updated Apr 1, 2014
Radio
by Annmarie Boyle - Last Updated Oct 5, 2011
School of Communication Databases
by Annmarie Boyle - Last Updated Aug 25, 2012
Here you will find an expansive lists of databases for undergraduate and graduate research in Journalism, Media Studies, Public Relations, Radio, Television, Film, Speech Communication, Rhetoric, and Performance Studies.
SKEPTICISM - LIBR001/FYC, FALL 2014
by Annmarie Boyle - Last Updated Oct 16, 2014
Television
by Annmarie Boyle - Last Updated Sep 30, 2014
ZOTERO Citation Manager
by Annmarie Boyle - Last Updated Apr 25, 2012
Finding Digital Images
by Margaret Burke - Last Updated Oct 16, 2014
Guide to web-based licensed and open source image collections
Fine Arts and Art History
by Margaret Burke - Last Updated Oct 16, 2014
This guide will lead you to resources in the Fine Arts and Art History.
Great Fashion Designers
by Margaret Burke - Last Updated Oct 30, 2014
Guide supports Professor Claire Lindgren's Great Designers class, AH 14F, taught in collaboration with Library Information class (First Year Connections). Students will study work of many contemporary fashion designers from Chanel to Donna Karan.
Irish Famine
by Margaret Burke - Last Updated Sep 29, 2014
This guide will assist you in finding both primary and secondary sources related to the Great Irish Famine.
Irish Studies
by Margaret Burke - Last Updated Nov 11, 2014
This resource will act as a guide for research in the area of Irish Studies.
Romance Languages & Literatures
by Margaret Burke - Last Updated Oct 16, 2014
A guide to scholarly resources in the field of Romance Languages and Literatures
Women's Studies
by Margaret Burke - Last Updated May 20, 2014
This guide will lead you to a variety of resources in Women's Studies
Comparative European Governments
by William Caniano - Last Updated Oct 8, 2013
David Flynn GB 180
by William Caniano - Last Updated Nov 3, 2014
eBooks and Apps
by William Caniano - Last Updated Oct 21, 2014
This LibGuide was developed as a quick introduction to eBooks for the Library Passport event.
Guide to Espionage
by William Caniano - Last Updated Jul 21, 2014
Guide to Interlibrary Loan
by William Caniano - Last Updated Oct 23, 2014
Marketing 101
by William Caniano - Last Updated Oct 9, 2012
MGT 207
by William Caniano - Last Updated Aug 24, 2014
NOAH
by William Caniano - Last Updated Sep 5, 2013
Political Science
by William Caniano - Last Updated Feb 20, 2014
This is a guide to selected resources in Political Science
Politics of the European Union
by William Caniano - Last Updated Oct 8, 2013
PSC135A
by William Caniano - Last Updated Mar 3, 2014
PSC147
by William Caniano - Last Updated Oct 16, 2014
Ideas in Conflict
Russian Politics
by William Caniano - Last Updated Mar 17, 2014
LibGuide to support PSC 139
Strategy: Theorist, Philosopher, and Practitioners
by William Caniano - Last Updated Mar 11, 2014
How to out plan, out execute and defeat your opponents
Student-Athletes
by William Caniano - Last Updated Oct 23, 2014
A student-athletes guide to the Library research.
SUS
by William Caniano - Last Updated Mar 6, 2014
SUS Library Introduction
by William Caniano - Last Updated Nov 3, 2014
The Works of Peter Drucker
by William Caniano - Last Updated Feb 10, 2014
Topics in Management
by William Caniano - Last Updated Feb 10, 2014
Addiction Studies
by Amy Catalano, Gloria Grant Roberson - Last Updated Dec 3, 2014
Autism
by Amy Catalano, Gloria Grant Roberson - Last Updated Dec 3, 2014
This LibGuide will help users identify information and resources pertaining to Autism.
Children's Literature
by Amy Catalano - Last Updated Dec 3, 2014
A guide to finding and using children's literature in the classroom both in print and on the web.
Community Health
by Amy Catalano, Gloria Grant Roberson - Last Updated Dec 3, 2014
Counseling
by Amy Catalano - Last Updated Dec 3, 2014
Curriculum Materials Center
by Amy Catalano, Gloria Grant Roberson - Last Updated Nov 18, 2014
Bibliographies of materials and teaching tools available in the CMC.
Dance Education
by Amy Catalano - Last Updated Nov 18, 2014
Disabilities and Special Education
by Amy Catalano - Last Updated Dec 3, 2014
A guide on using library and other sources to do research and coursework on disabilities in the context of special education.
Doctoral Program in Learning and Teaching and FLPS
by Amy Catalano - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
Library resources and research help for students in the Learning and Teaching and Foundations of Education, Leadership and Policy Studies doctoral programs in the School of Education.
Doctoral Program in Literacy Studies
by Amy Catalano - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
Library Resources and Research Help for Students in the Literacy Studies Doctoral Program
Elementary Education
by Amy Catalano - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
This guide may be used to help you do research on topics in education, find children's literature and materials for lesson plans.
Foundations of Education
by Amy Catalano - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
Guide to the Common Core Learning Standards
by Amy Catalano - Last Updated Oct 13, 2014
This guide was created by Library graduate intern, Tara King, and is maintained by Professor Catalano
Health Administration
by Amy Catalano, Gloria Grant Roberson - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
Literacy Studies
by Amy Catalano - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
Secondary Education
by Amy Catalano - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
This guide may be used to help you find research on topics in Education. You will also be directed toward sources of information for writing lesson plans.
Information Literacy Materials
by Deborah Dolan - Last Updated Jul 18, 2014
This libguide contains links to information literacy-related documents, forms, and videos for use with high school and college students.
English 299
by Ann Grafstein - Last Updated Sep 23, 2014
English Subject Guide
by Ann Grafstein - Last Updated May 21, 2014
For research related to English language and literature.
Journal Finder: How to Find the Full Text of Articles in Periodicals
by Ann Grafstein - Last Updated Oct 15, 2013
This guide shows you how to locate the full text of an article when it is not available in the database you are searching.
Library Basics
by Alan Bailin, Ann Grafstein - Last Updated Feb 24, 2014
Information on what's in the library, where materials are located, how to borrow them, how to get help, and various library services for students.
Library Research - Prof. Migliaccio, Writing Studies and Composition
by Ann Grafstein - Last Updated Feb 9, 2012
This subject guide is intended to suggest resources that can best help you do your assignment on the Family in America.
Library Research - Writing Studies and Compostion2012- Prof. Migliaccio
by Ann Grafstein - Last Updated Sep 25, 2012
The purpose of this guide is to acquaint you with some of the library resources you will need in order to do your assignments forWSC001.
Library Research WSC/FYC
by Ann Grafstein - Last Updated Sep 27, 2012
This guide is intended to direct you to some of the resources that will help you do your assignment for your WSC course.
MFA - Martha McPhee
by Ann Grafstein - Last Updated Feb 11, 2014
This guide is intended to show you some library resources that can assist you in the research for your project. It will also direct you to some websites you can go to to find primary resources.
Using Journal Finder and Find Article: A Tutorial
by Alan Bailin, Ann Grafstein - Last Updated Sep 16, 2014
Using "Journal Finder" and "Find Article"
Writing Studies & Composition
by Ann Grafstein - Last Updated Nov 13, 2014
This guide is designed to give you some tips on how to find information for your WSC assignments. You are often expected to find information in a variety of disciplines. This guide shows you some of the databases that may be useful to you.
Writing Studies & Composition-Bengels
by Ann Grafstein - Last Updated Oct 13, 2014
Written Expressions II 2014
by Ann Grafstein - Last Updated Feb 25, 2014
The purpose of this guide is to help you locate the resources you need to do your WE II assignment.
WSC - Stein
by Ann Grafstein - Last Updated Mar 31, 2014
This guide is intended to show you the resources that will help you do your assignment.
Addiction Studies
by Amy Catalano, Gloria Grant Roberson - Last Updated Dec 3, 2014
Autism
by Amy Catalano, Gloria Grant Roberson - Last Updated Dec 3, 2014
This LibGuide will help users identify information and resources pertaining to Autism.
Community Health
by Amy Catalano, Gloria Grant Roberson - Last Updated Dec 3, 2014
Curriculum Materials Center
by Amy Catalano, Gloria Grant Roberson - Last Updated Nov 18, 2014
Bibliographies of materials and teaching tools available in the CMC.
Health Administration
by Amy Catalano, Gloria Grant Roberson - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
About LibGuides
by Howard Graves - Last Updated Feb 20, 2014
eBooks: Finding & Downloading
by Howard Graves, Dawn Romano - Last Updated Sep 5, 2014
Instructions for retrieving and downloading ebooks from the library resources available to Hofstra students and faculty.
Guest and Alumni Database Access
by Howard Graves - Last Updated May 20, 2014
The licenses for these database permit walk-in use by people who are not Hofstra students, faculty, or staff OR they are open access OR they are part of the New York State Novel program.
ASTRONOMY
by Amrita Madray - Last Updated Apr 22, 2010
Information on almost all subjects, including Astronomy, is available from many different sources (most common are books, articles, and the Internet). Select the type of desired resource by clicking on the green tab.
BIOLOGY
by Amrita Madray - Last Updated Oct 17, 2009
Information pertaining to Biological Sciences is available from many different sources (most common are books, articles and internet). Click on the appropriate resource (tab) below for the desired information.
Debating U.S.-Egyptian History
by Georgina Martorella - Last Updated Dec 16, 2014
Google Scholar
by Georgina Martorella - Last Updated Jan 23, 2014
This research guide will help you get started using Google Scholar. It will include some information on utilizing the new advanced features; My Library and My Citations.
Government Information Guide
by Georgina Martorella - Last Updated Dec 19, 2014
This guide will assist you in locating information from international, U.S. government, state, and local governments.
History Subject Resource Guide
by Georgina Martorella - Last Updated Dec 18, 2014
Streaming Video
by Sarah McCleskey - Last Updated Nov 3, 2014
Provides descriptions and links to licensed, internet, and pay-per-view streaming video resources
Faculty Diversity
by Claudia McGivney - Last Updated Sep 24, 2013
Books, links to articles on diversity in the academy, particularly focusing on faculty diversity.
SOM ACE Experience
by Debra Rand - Last Updated Dec 12, 2014
Resources to assist with the Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine Advanced Clinical Experience.
SOM Augustus White III Lecture
by Debra Rand - Last Updated Sep 21, 2011
Guide to accompany the lecture given on September 14, 2011 at the Hoftsra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine.
SOM EndNote Basic (Web of Science) at the Hofstra North Shore LIJ School of Medicine
by Debra Rand - Last Updated Dec 17, 2014
This guide will help you navigate EndNote Basic (Web of Science) - a citation and reference management product.
SOM Faculty Author Collection
by Debra Rand - Last Updated Jan 11, 2013
The following guide accompanies the current exhibit of books generously donated by the teaching faculty of the Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine
SOM ICE Experience
by Debra Rand - Last Updated Jan 24, 2014
The following is a list of resources for medical students to utilize during their Hofstra SOM Initial Clinical Experience sessions.
SOM Preparation for Residency
by Debra Rand - Last Updated Nov 5, 2014
eBooks: Finding & Downloading
by Howard Graves, Dawn Romano - Last Updated Sep 5, 2014
Instructions for retrieving and downloading ebooks from the library resources available to Hofstra students and faculty.
What is Journal Finder?
by Dawn Romano - Last Updated Oct 13, 2014
African Studies Resources
by Frances Shieh, David Woolwine - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
Music
by Frances Shieh - Last Updated Nov 17, 2014
Accounting, Taxation & Business Law
by Carol Simon - Last Updated Feb 2, 2012
Access the subscription databases and link to CCH IntelliConnect and RIA Checkpoint for standards, rules & regulations.
Business Ratios
by Carol Simon - Last Updated Aug 29, 2010
Use standard measures to evaluate a company's performance
Company Information
by Carol Simon - Last Updated Nov 16, 2010
Find information about a company using the Research Databases
Industry Information
by Carol Simon - Last Updated Nov 16, 2010
Locate industry surveys, identify industrial codes and find industry specific news and articles.
SEC Forms
by Carol Simon - Last Updated Aug 29, 2010
Brief descriptions of some of the major forms filed with the US Security & Exchange Commission. Full descriptions are located at the SEC website http://www.sec.gov/info/edgar/forms/edgform.pdf
US Industry Codes
by Carol Simon - Last Updated Aug 29, 2010
SIC (Standard Industrial Classification) codes NAICS (North American Industry Classification System) codes
African Studies Resources
by Frances Shieh, David Woolwine - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
Anthropology Resources
by David Woolwine - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
International Students
by David Woolwine - Last Updated Oct 8, 2014
This is a guide to library resources for international students at Hofstra University.
LGBT Studies
by David Woolwine - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
Open-Access Resources
by Annmarie Boyle, David Woolwine - Last Updated Dec 4, 2014
Philosophy Resources
by David Woolwine - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
Religion Resources
by David Woolwine - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
Sociology Resources
by David Woolwine - Last Updated Nov 18, 2014

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