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Use this guide to get started with research in Latin American Studies
Last Updated: Apr 30, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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What's in This Guide

Welcome to the Latin American Studies research guide! This guide will direct you to library resources to get you started researching topics related to Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

The guide is divided into the following sections:

  1. Getting Started - find reference sources to help get familiar with background information, terms, general history and topics

  2. Country Profiles - get basic stats and background information on Latin American countries

  3. Finding Books - presents the basics on finding books at Knox and using I-Share and Interlibrary Loan

  4. Finding Articles - an introduction to the most-used article databases for research in Latin American Studies

  5. News Sources - get access to news from Latin America

  6. Web Resources - links to a few helpful web resources presenting information and additional resources related to Latin America

  7. RefWorks - learn how to manage your research and create bibliographies with RefWorks

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