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Graphic Design 200 (Online) Virtual Visit to Special Collections: The Fine Press Movement

This is a "virtual visit" to MSU Libraries' Special Collections department, created for students in the MSU online class Graphic Design 200, by instructor Rebecca Cifaldi and librarian…

From  Ruth Ann Jones 2 Months ago 110 views 0  

The 5 houses of Lea Goldberg

Portrait of a prolific Hebrew poet, author, playwright, literary translator and researcher of literature. Lea Goldberg's writings are considered classics of Israeli literature. She is…

From  libmedia MSU Libraries Media 5 Months ago 23 views 0  

Zelda, a simple woman

Zeldah Mishḳovsḳi published her first book of poetry at the age of 53 and became a prominent figure in the field of Hebrew literature. She was a niece of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, living alone in…

From  libmedia MSU Libraries Media 5 Months ago 16 views 0  

Finding articles on geography topics (introduction)

Finding articles on geography topics using MSU Libraries resources. This is an introduction for early undergraduate courses. Graduate students would want to skip the Libraries' home page and…

From  Kathleen Williams Weessies 6 Months ago 156 views 0  

Chicago Manual of Style Citation (17th Ed.)

How to cite books and periodical articles using the Chicago Manual of Style, 17th Edition. Created August 2018

From  infolit Information Literacy Department 8 Months ago 28 views 0  

Tone Perfect: Multimodal Database for Mandarin Chinese

A quick overview of the Tone Perfect database interface. Visit https://toneperfect.lib.msu.edu to explore more.

From  Robin Dean A year ago 77 views 0  

Day of Giving Video, The MSU Swanson Endowment for Library Student Employees.

The MSU Swanson Endowment for Library Student Employees, established by Kim and Judith Swanson, supports competitive student wages for library student employees. Please Support Library Student…

From  libmedia MSU Libraries Media A year ago 16 views 0  

Searching With A Purpose

Searching with a purpose -- how to get from an idea to a researchable question for your paper. Updated August 2017

From  infolit Information Literacy Department A year ago 823 views 0  

When Do I Cite?

Are you confused about when to cite? This video will help clear up your questions! Updated August 2017

From  infolit Information Literacy Department A year ago 400 views 0