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A Midsummer Night's Dream
by Sophie Lesinska - Last Updated Mar 14, 2014
This LibGuide was created to accompany the Visions & Voices event: A Midsummer Night's Dream . On Thursday, April 10, USC students will have a chance to attend Bristol Old Vic with Handspring Puppet Company's performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Academic Integrity
by Melanee Vicedo, Jade Winn - Last Updated Nov 8, 2013
Accounting *
by Kim Esser, Helga Haraldsson, John Juricek - Last Updated Sep 4, 2014
A resource for the Leventhal School of Accounting
African American Studies *
by Beth Namei, Christal Young - Last Updated Sep 29, 2014
ALI
by Shahla Bahavar - Last Updated Mar 19, 2014
American Literature Archival Collections in USC Special Collections
by Sue Luftschein - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Guide to the collections of American Literature held by USC Libraries Department of Special Collections
American Studies & Ethnicity *
by Beth Namei - Last Updated Sep 15, 2014
Ancient Art and Archaeology *
by Amy Ciccone - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
Guide to ancient Greek and Roman art and archaeology resources
Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism CMGT Online Program
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Jul 11, 2014
An overview of the USC Libraries and how to access the numerous resources available remotely.
Anthropology *
by Ross Scimeca - Last Updated Mar 19, 2014
Welcome to the primary research guide for Anthropology!
APA Style: Citing Your Sources
by Rebecca Halpern - Last Updated Sep 18, 2014
Archaeology*
by Amy Ciccone - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
This guide highlights resources for researching archaeology.
Architectural History
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Jul 23, 2013
This is a primer on basic sources for researching architecture and its history.
Architecture*
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
This is a guide to basic sources for research in the field of architecture, located at the USC Libraries.
Archive: Visions & Voices Research Guides from Previous Years
by Joyce Ouchida - Last Updated Aug 12, 2011
Art History and Fine Arts *
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
A basic guide to doing research in art history and fine arts using resources at the USC Libraries.
Art Walk, University of Southern California
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Aug 29, 2012
This brochure of public sculptures and art on the USC campus was published in 2007 by the USC Public Art and Campus Design Committee.
Asian American Studies *
by Beth Namei - Last Updated Sep 2, 2014
Astronomy *
by Ben Lea - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
Author Author Exhibit Library Guide
by Anne-Marie Gregg - Last Updated Jun 11, 2013
This guide features a selection of books, films, and screenplays relating to the "Author Author" exhibit on display July 2013 in the Doheny Library on the Ground Floor.
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Biomedical Engineering
by Ben Lea - Last Updated Nov 18, 2013
Bloomberg
by Helga Haraldsson, John Juricek - Last Updated Sep 23, 2014
Tips and resources to support the use of Bloomberg terminals at USC
BrowZine
by Lynn Kysh, Karin Saric, Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Jan 30, 2014
Burnett C. Turner archives
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Aug 7, 2014
A small collection of architectural works by Burnett C. Turner, a Los Angeles-based architect.
Business *
by Kim Esser, Helga Haraldsson, John Juricek, Rita M. Romero - Last Updated Sep 23, 2014
A guide to business research at USC.
Business Demographics
by Kim Esser, Helga Haraldsson, John Juricek - Last Updated Sep 2, 2014
Information on the business side of demographics including consumers in groups such as African-Americans, Asian-American, Hispanic-Americans, LGBTQ populations, affluents and women and men.
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
by Kim Esser, Helga Haraldsson, John Juricek - Last Updated Sep 12, 2014
Includes resources in the area of ethical or socially responsible investing.
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Careers
by Kim Esser, Helga Haraldsson, John Juricek - Last Updated Aug 18, 2014
A library research resource for the USC Career Center
Chem 105a: General Chemistry (Fall 2014)
by Michael Qiu - Last Updated Sep 16, 2014
Chem 105b: General Chemistry (Fall 2014)
by Michael Qiu - Last Updated Sep 26, 2014
Chemistry *
by Michael Qiu - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
Chicago Manual of Style
by Beth Namei - Last Updated Jun 12, 2014
A brief guide to the Chicago Manual of Style
Chicano & Latino Studies *
by Barbara Robinson - Last Updated Jul 1, 2014
This guide offers an overview of the specialized multidisciplinary research resources at USC on Chicanos, Latinos and other U.S. Hispanics.
Chicano and Latino Newspapers in the United States
by Barbara Robinson - Last Updated Jan 21, 2014
A guide to Spanish language newspapers published in the United States and books, articles and Web resources about Chicano and Latino journalism.
Chinese History
by Ken Klein - Last Updated Jan 10, 2014
This guide provides detailed access to resources available at USC for study and research of the history of China.
Chinese Studies *
by Ken Klein, Lillian Yang - Last Updated Sep 24, 2014
This research guide is designed to provide an introduction and a short cut to the many and varied resources available for the study of China.
Cinematic Arts *
by Stephen Hanson - Last Updated Apr 23, 2014
The Cinematic Arts Library is located on the ground floor of the Edward L. Doheny Jr. Memorial Library. The Cinematic Arts Collection supports teaching and research through the Doctoral and post-graduate levels.
Citation Guide
by Carolyn Caffrey Gardner, Karen Howell, Beth Namei, Jade Winn - Last Updated Aug 27, 2014
Guide to various citation styles, including tips for citation analysis and writing.
Classics*
by Amy Ciccone - Last Updated Jul 11, 2014
Guide to finding materials on Classical Studies
CMGT 540
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Sep 29, 2014
Uses of Communication Research
CMGT 597 Research Practicum
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Sep 11, 2014
COMM 201
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Sep 9, 2014
Rhetoric & the Public Sphere
Comm 204 Public Speaking
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Sep 24, 2014
Principles and practices of effective oral communication; analysis of the speaking-listening process; selection and organization of speech materials; use of new presentation technologies.
COMM 302
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Sep 8, 2014
Theories and research in social influence; strategies and tactics of persuasive communications in such settings as politics, public relations, advertising, business.
COMM 339
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Sep 22, 2014
Communication Technology and Culture
COMM 400
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Sep 26, 2014
Speech and Digital Communities: Privacy and Democracy in the Digital Age
COMM 414
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
Communication and Social Change in China
Communication Studies *
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Sep 23, 2014
Research Guide for Communication Studies
Comparative Literature *
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
Guide to USC Libraries Resources for Research in the Field of Comparative Literature
Computer Games Research Guide
by Ben Lea - Last Updated Oct 29, 2013
Research guides to the USC Libraries' resources for researchers and students in The USC GamePipe Laboratory.
Computer Science *
by Ben Lea - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
Connecting to Electronic Library Resources from Off-Campus
by Joyce Ouchida - Last Updated Dec 13, 2010
Course Reserves
by Gabriela Garcia - Last Updated Feb 7, 2014
Instructions and FAQ
CTAN 522 Animation Seminar
by Abby Saunders - Last Updated Jan 29, 2014
Library resources for Professor Lisa Mann's CTAN 522 Animation Seminar course. These resources support the "Wonderland Unbound" projection mapping project in the Cassady Lewis Carroll Collection in Special Collections at USC Library.
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Dance *
by Anthony Anderson - Last Updated Sep 24, 2014
This guide is intended to help any faculty, graduate, or undergraduate student find resources in the area of dance.
Defining Excellence in Academic Librarianship at USC (DEAL at USC)
by Danielle Mihram - Last Updated Nov 19, 2013
When the time comes for annual or continuing appointment [tenure] reviews, how are we to document and explain to our colleagues (both within our library and within our institution), exactly what we have accomplished?
Dissertations
by Sophie Lesinska - Last Updated Aug 9, 2014
This guide provides information on locating, borrowing, and purchasing doctoral dissertations. If you are unable to locate dissertations using these instructions, ask a librarian in any USC library for assistance.
Distance Education Network (DEN) Research Guide
by Ben Lea - Last Updated Jan 21, 2014
For users in Distance Education Network (DEN) of USC Viterbi School of Engineering
Distance Learning
by Rebecca Halpern, Karen Howell, Gabriel Vincent, Jade Winn - Last Updated Jul 11, 2014
This guide provides resources and helpful tips to support students in Distance Learning programs or online courses.
Documenting Los Angeles History
by William Dotson - Last Updated Oct 6, 2011
A guide to the archival collections -- related to Los Angeles history and culture -- selected for the NHPRC-funded Documenting Los Angeles History project.
Don Quixote de La Mancha
by Barbara Robinson - Last Updated Jan 21, 2014
Overview of print, electronic and film resources, on Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra and his masterpiece Don Quixote de la Mancha
DVDs in Leavey Library - Finding & Using
by Karen Howell - Last Updated Sep 9, 2014
This is a guide to finding, reserving, and viewing DVDs and videos held in the Leavey Library. The collection is an interdisciplinary one that supports class instruction and may be used for research and academic events.
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E-books
by Beth Namei - Last Updated Sep 17, 2014
A resource for information about E-books at USC Libraries, and beyond.
Earth Sciences *
by Jean Crampon - Last Updated Aug 20, 2014
This is the primary Earth Sciences guide to support teaching and research for the Earth Sciences through the doctoral level and beyond.
Economics *
by Kim Esser, Helga Haraldsson, John Juricek - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
A resource for the USC College Department of Economics
Education *
by Melanee Vicedo, Jade Winn - Last Updated Sep 17, 2014
Library Resources in the field of Education
Engineering *
by Najwa Hanel, Ben Lea, Michael Qiu - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
English Language & Literature *
by Sophie Lesinska - Last Updated Sep 29, 2014
This guide points researchers to a few key USC Libraries resources that might be helpful to start research projects in the area of literary studies.
Entrepreneurship
by Kim Esser, Helga Haraldsson, John Juricek - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
Environmental History Archival Collections in USC Libraries Special Collections
by Jacqueline Morin - Last Updated Dec 6, 2013
Guide to the collections of environmental politics and history held by USC Libraries Department of Special Collections
Environmental Sciences *
by Jean Crampon - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
This guide is intended for the science side of Environmental Studies. Policy and other social sciences are not part of this focus.
European Union Documentation
by Sherry Mosley - Last Updated Nov 19, 2013
A guide to finding European Union print and online documentation.
Exiled German-speaking intellectuals in Southern California
by Michaela Ullmann - Last Updated May 3, 2014
During the 1930s and 1940s, many German Jews and intellectuals fled Nazi Germany. This LibGuide provides information about German-speaking intellectuals who found refuge in Southern California
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Faculty Mentoring
by Linda Weber - Last Updated Mar 18, 2014
Faculty Mentoring Resources
Faculty Services: The Essentials
by Elizabeth Galoozis - Last Updated Aug 15, 2014
Fair Use: Using Images in Papers, Theses, and Dissertations
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
This guide offers basic information on using images in theses/dissertations. Reasonable use of images and media in teaching, course papers, and graduate theses/dissertations is generally covered by fair use.
Festival de Flor y Canto at USC: A Guide to Resources
by Barbara Robinson - Last Updated Jul 11, 2014
A guide to USC's 1973 and 2010 Festivales de Flor y Canto, groundbreaking literary events featuring poets and writers from the past and performers from the new and future generation.
Feuchtwanger Memorial Library *
by Michaela Ullmann - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
Personal materials, manuscripts and correspondences of German-Jewish writer Lion Feuchtwanger and his invaluable library. Collections on German-speaking exile artists who had to flee Europe and found refuge in Southern California
Financial Databases Help Guides
by Kim Esser, Helga Haraldsson, John Juricek - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
"How to Guides' for selected Financial Databases including Bloomberg, Capital IQ, Thomson One, WRDS.
Finding Aid: Edgar Ewing Archives
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Jan 29, 2014
Finding Aid: Save Outdoor Sculptures! (SOS!) Files: Los Angeles and Neighboring Counties
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Jan 29, 2014
Inventory of outdoor sculptures in the Los Angeles and neighboring counties in Southern California
Finding Aid: Small Architectural Archives at the AFA Library
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated May 23, 2014
List of miscellaneous architectural archives at the Helen Topping Architecture and Fine Arts Library
Finding Aid: Wallace Neff Archives
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Jan 29, 2014
French Language & Literature *
by Danielle Mihram - Last Updated Sep 15, 2014
Library resources and reference help for French students and faculty.
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Geography *
by Andy Rutkowski - Last Updated Sep 3, 2014
Library Research and Resources for Geography
German Language and Literature *
by Michaela Ullmann - Last Updated Sep 2, 2014
Gerontology *
by Emily Bergman - Last Updated Sep 23, 2014
Getty Villa
by Amy Ciccone - Last Updated Dec 9, 2013
Guide to the collections and architecture of the Getty Villa in Malibu, California
GIS for Social Work
by Andy Rutkowski - Last Updated Sep 30, 2014
Global Communication
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Feb 7, 2014
Going for the Gold: California Stories on the Los Angeles Metro Gold Line: Communities, Public Art, and Placemaking.
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Jan 29, 2014
The project was funded in 2008-2009 by the California Council for the Humanities through its California Stories: California Story Fund
Google Scholar Tips
by Karen Howell, Jade Winn - Last Updated Jun 7, 2013
This is a guide on how to use Google Scholar effectively and search multiple library e-resources at once.
Government Information *
by Robert Labaree, Sherry Mosley - Last Updated Jan 21, 2014
This site lists links to databases and scholarly web sites that support access to and analysis of government information.
Graduate Student Research Guide
by Karen Howell - Last Updated Oct 25, 2012
This guide supplements the "Digital Grad Student: Multimedia Tools for Research and Teaching" workshop hosted by the Graduate Student Government Academic Affairs Committee and the USC Libraries in Fall 2012.
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Historic Preservation in Architecture and the Built Environment
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Nov 25, 2013
A selective guide to researching the history of built environments, landscapes and buildings, with special emphasis on sources related to Los Angeles. It was created in support of the Heritage Conservation Program at the USC School of Architecture.
History (Historiography) *
by Anthony Anderson - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
This guide is intended for a faculty, graduate, or undergraduate find resources in the area of historiography.
History of Science & Technology *
by Ross Scimeca - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
This guide is intended to help any faculty, graduate, or undergraduate student find resources in the history of science.
History, Africa *
by Sherry Mosley - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
This guide is intended to help any faculty, graduate, or undergraduate student find resources in the area of African history.
History, Asia *
by Ken Klein - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
A guide to sources in the histories of Eurasia outside of the subcontinent of Europe.
History, Australia & Oceania *
by Linda Weber - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
This guide is intended to help any faculty, graduate, or undergraduate student find resources in the history of Australia, New Zealand, and Oceania.
History, British *
by Beth Namei - Last Updated Sep 30, 2014
History, Eastern Europe *
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
Guide to USC Libraries Resources for Research in the Field of East European History
History, U.S. & Canada *
by Beth Namei - Last Updated Sep 23, 2014
History, Western Europe *
by Anthony Anderson - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
This guide is intended to help any faculty, graduate, or undergraduate student find general resources in the area of West European history.
Holocaust & Genocide Studies - Primary Source Materials at USC
by Michaela Ullmann - Last Updated Sep 3, 2014
This guide provides you with a list of primary sources held at USC in the field of Holocaust and Genocide Studies.
Holocaust Studies *
by Anthony Anderson - Last Updated Sep 16, 2014
This guide is intended to help any faculty, graduate, or undergraduate student find resources in the area of Holocaust Studies.
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Industry Research
by Kim Esser, Helga Haraldsson, John Juricek - Last Updated Sep 30, 2014
Business guide to industry research
Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence
by Robert Labaree - Last Updated Oct 1, 2014
This guide to research resources that support the study of intelligence and counter-intelligence in international affairs.
Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery Policies & Procedures
by Gabriel Vincent - Last Updated Sep 2, 2014
USC Libraries' Inter-Library Loan and Document Delivery service (IDD).
International Business
by Kim Esser, Helga Haraldsson, John Juricek - Last Updated Aug 22, 2014
Helpful resources to explore countries, markets, industries and companies around the world.
International Relations *
by Robert Labaree - Last Updated Oct 1, 2014
A guide of useful links to databases and scholarly web sites in support of research in international relations.
Isabel Allende: Guide to Resources
by Barbara Robinson - Last Updated Jan 21, 2014
This guide is designed to support the November 17th, 2009 Visions & Voices Signature Event: An Evening with Isabel Allende. Find sources by and about the author and a list of her works.
Islamic Studies *
by Hari Rorlich, Ph.D. - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
Italian Language & Literature *
by Danielle Mihram - Last Updated Sep 15, 2014
Library resources and reference help for Italian students and faculty.
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Japanese Studies *
by Ken Klein - Last Updated Sep 22, 2014
General research guide for Japan/ Japanese studies, consisting of English and Japanese sources.
JOUR 463 Research & Analysis
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Sep 16, 2014
Identification of key strategic insights that drive successful communication campaigns, based on research techniques including surveys, content evaluation and social media monitoring.
Journalism *
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Sep 29, 2014
Library Resources in the field of Journalism
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Korean American Digital Archive
by Ken Klein - Last Updated Jun 9, 2014
The Korean-American Digital Archive documents the Korean-American community during the period of resistance to Japanese rule in Korea, and reveals the organizational and private experience of Koreans in America between 1903 and 1965.
Korean Studies *
by Joy Kim - Last Updated Jul 11, 2014
Korean Studies Multimedia Collections
by Sun-Yoon Lee - Last Updated Mar 21, 2014
A guide to Korean A/V materials, E-resources, Microfilms, Newspapers resources, Map collection
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Landscape Architecture
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Nov 25, 2013
This is a guide to basic sources in researching landscape architecture, available in the USC Libraries.
Latin American Studies *
by Barbara Robinson - Last Updated Jul 11, 2014
This guide offers an overview of research resources in the humanities and social sciences at USC for the study of Latin America, including the Caribbean.
Leavey Library
by Karen Howell, Stacy Williams, Christal Young - Last Updated Sep 15, 2014
This guide provides information about services and spaces at Leavey Library.
Leavey Library - Transportation Options
by Karen Howell - Last Updated Jan 13, 2014
This guide lists Transportation Options for students studying at Leavey Library. It gives contact information and hours of service for the Campus Cruiser, University Trams, and Yellow Cab L.A.
LGBTQ( Lesbian,Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Questioning) Studies *
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Aug 14, 2014
This guide is intended to help any faculty, graduate, or undergraduate student find resources in LGBTQ( Lesbian,Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Questioning) Studies.
Library & Information Science *
by Kim Esser, Helga Haraldsson, John Juricek, Rita M. Romero - Last Updated Aug 28, 2014
A resource for the USC Libraries as well as our new Master of Management in Library and Information Science (MMLIS) program.
Library Boot Camps
by Elizabeth Galoozis, Jade Winn - Last Updated Aug 20, 2014
Library Faculty Documents and Guidelines
by Ben Lea, Ruth Wallach - Last Updated May 28, 2013
This guide contains materials related to Library Faculty governance and procedures.
Library Innovation Pilot Program
by Chris Hines, Jade Winn - Last Updated Feb 18, 2014
Library Resources & SBMC
by Kim Esser, Helga Haraldsson, John Juricek, Melanee Vicedo - Last Updated Dec 15, 2013
Library Resources for the USC Rossier's School Business Management Certificate (SBMC) Program
Library Terminology
by Christal Young - Last Updated Aug 5, 2014
This guide contains resources and terms frequently used in the library.
Life Sciences *
by Jean Crampon - Last Updated Aug 20, 2014
This is the primary resource guide for the Life Sciences.
Linguistics *
by Elizabeth Galoozis - Last Updated Sep 30, 2014
This guide is for faculty, graduate, and undergraduate research in linguistics
Los Angeles and Southern California *
by Dace Taube - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
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Marshall Online Learning
by Kim Esser, Helga Haraldsson, John Juricek - Last Updated Jul 11, 2014
Resources for online learning in the USC Marshall School of Business
Mathematics *
by Ben Lea - Last Updated Feb 13, 2014
The primary place to start your research in Mathematics.
Mendeley
by Michael Qiu, Chimene Tucker - Last Updated May 28, 2014
Getting Started with Mendeley
Mental Health resources
by Melanee Vicedo - Last Updated Jul 11, 2014
This guide provides information sources pertaining to the School of Social Work's Mental Health concentration.
Middle East
by Robert Labaree - Last Updated Oct 1, 2014
This guide provides links to research resources in support of studying political, social, and economic issues in the Middle East.
Military Archival Collections in Special Collections
by Sue Luftschein - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
A guide to the archival collections in Special Collections with military and military-related topics.
MLA Citation Guide
by Sophie Lesinska - Last Updated Apr 27, 2014
This guides offers examples on how to cite references following MLA citation guidelines
Music *
by Stephanie Bonjack - Last Updated Sep 10, 2014
Library Resources in the Field of Music
Music Education
by Stephanie Bonjack - Last Updated Nov 8, 2013
Library Resources in the field of Music Education
Musical Theater
by Anthony Anderson - Last Updated Dec 18, 2008
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Native American Studies *
by Beth Namei - Last Updated Sep 2, 2014
Newspapers
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Sep 29, 2014
A guide to all of the newspapers available through the USC Libraries.
Nineteenth-Century Literary Studies
by Sophie Lesinska - Last Updated Sep 29, 2014
This guide focuses on resources for the study of nineteenth century literature, with special emphasis on primary resources. Its origin can be traced to a 2003 research orientation offered to a graduate seminar on 19th-Century British Literature.
Norton Simon Museum
by Amy Ciccone - Last Updated Jan 31, 2014
This is a guide to the Norton Simon Museum as part of the Visions and Voices program.
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Organizing Your Research Online
by Helga Haraldsson, Beth Namei - Last Updated Nov 14, 2013
A guide to [mostly] free resources that you can use to manage your information while at USC and beyond.
Organizing Your Social Sciences Research Paper
by Robert Labaree - Last Updated Oct 1, 2014
The purpose of this guide is to provide advice on how to develop and organize a research paper in the social sciences.
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Patents and Trademarks
by Michael Qiu - Last Updated Sep 17, 2014
Information on finding patents and US trademarks
Philosophy *
by Ross Scimeca - Last Updated Jan 29, 2010
A guide to finding reference and research materials in philosophy for undergraduate and graduate students
Physics *
by Ben Lea - Last Updated Jan 22, 2014
Political Science *
by Robert Labaree - Last Updated Sep 30, 2014
Below are links to databases and scholarly web sites that support the study of political science and its related sub-disciplines.
Politics and Government Archival Collections in USC Libraries Special Collections
by Sue Luftschein - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Guide to the collections of political papers and records held by USC Libraries Department of Special Collections
POSC 437: Mass Media and Politics
by Robert Labaree - Last Updated Oct 1, 2014
Research guide for students enrolled in POSC 437.
Professional Practice in Architecture
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Aug 29, 2012
This guide identifies select sources on professional practice in architecture, including standards, exams, and project management.
Psychology *
by Emily Bergman - Last Updated Sep 23, 2014
This is the primary research guide for Psychology students and faculty.
Public Administration & Policy *
by Robert Labaree - Last Updated Oct 1, 2014
This guide provides information and links in the field of public administration and related sub-disciplines
Public Diplomacy
by Robert Labaree, Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Dec 15, 2013
Public Relations *
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Sep 11, 2014
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Quick Search User Guide
by Beth Namei, Joyce Ouchida - Last Updated Sep 13, 2014
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RefWorks
by John Bonham - Last Updated Sep 11, 2014
Brief guide to using RefWorks in the USC Libraries environment.
Religion *
by Ross Scimeca - Last Updated Mar 19, 2014
This guide is designed to aid undergraduate students in their studies in all areas of religion.
Researching the History of Early Photography
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Nov 25, 2013
Compiled by Ellen Bahr, Alfred University
Russian Language & Literature *
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
This guide to select sources is useful primarily for graduate and undergraduate students who are studying Russian or Soviet literature and linguistics.
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Slavic Languages & Literatures *
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
Guide to USC Libraries Resources for Research in the Field of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Social Work *
by Rebecca Halpern, Melanee Vicedo - Last Updated Sep 29, 2014
Randall Information Center | USC School of Social Work
Sociology *
by Carolyn Caffrey Gardner - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
Library Research and Resources for Sociology
SOWK 503/505
by Rebecca Halpern - Last Updated Sep 22, 2014
SOWK 534/535
by Rebecca Halpern, Melanee Vicedo - Last Updated Aug 26, 2014
Resources to help students find information about policy, advocacy research, and statistics and demographics.
SOWK 603
by Rebecca Halpern - Last Updated Jul 22, 2014
Policy, Planning, and Research for Change in Families
Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures *
by Barbara Robinson - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
This guide offers an overview of the research resources related to the study of the literatures and languages of Spain, Portugal, Latin American and the Caribbean.
Spatial Sciences & GIS *
by Andy Rutkowski - Last Updated Sep 15, 2014
USC Libraries and other related resources supporting academic scholarship in the spatial sciences.
Spatially Speaking - A salon for spatial and GIS research
by Andy Rutkowski - Last Updated Aug 7, 2014
Event information for Spatially Speaking
Special Collections *
by Melinda Hayes, Abby Saunders - Last Updated Sep 24, 2014
This is a guide to the Department of Special Collections at the University of Southern California and its holdings, including rare books and manuscripts. Useful tools for locating items and scheduling class visits are also included.
Specialized Journalism, The Arts
by Chimene Tucker - Last Updated Sep 22, 2013
Statistics & Data *
by Katharin Peter - Last Updated Aug 21, 2014
Social science numeric sources available through the USC Libraries and on the Internet.
Staying Informed in Social Work Practice
by Melanee Vicedo - Last Updated Feb 27, 2014
This guide offers resources for staying current with social work research after graduation from USC School of Social Work. It includes information on library services available to you as alumni and links to free databases, government sites and resources.
Summer Bridge - Research Tips from the USC Libraries
by Ben Lea, Sherry Mosley - Last Updated Oct 15, 2013
This guide is intended primarily to support students in the Summer Bridge program, though a lot will be useful to all undergraduates
Sustainable Business
by John Juricek - Last Updated Jun 10, 2014
Information Resources in the Area of Sustainable or "Green" Business
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Tests & Measurements
by Melanee Vicedo, Linda Weber, Jade Winn - Last Updated Aug 27, 2014
This guide is intended to introduce users to the basic procedures and sources available to locate psychological tests and measures.
The Digital Humanities
by Danielle Mihram - Last Updated Sep 9, 2014
Theater *
by Anthony Anderson - Last Updated Sep 15, 2014
This guide is intended to help any faculty, graduate, or undergraduate student find resources in the areas of theater and drama.
Trillion$ Exhibit Library Guide
by Anne-Marie Gregg - Last Updated Oct 2, 2013
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United Nations Documentation
by Sherry Mosley - Last Updated Nov 20, 2013
A guide to finding United Nations print and online documentation
United States Federal Government Documentation
by Sherry Mosley - Last Updated Mar 19, 2014
Access to information and documentation of the branches of the United States Government with links to international document guides
University Archives *
by Claude Zachary - Last Updated Jul 2, 2014
This is a guide to the USC University Archives
Urban & Regional Planning *
by Robert Labaree - Last Updated Oct 1, 2014
Below are links to databases and scholarly web sites that support the study of urban planning and its related sub-disciplines.
USC Libraries Research Award
by Sue Luftschein, Michaela Ullmann - Last Updated Apr 28, 2014
This LibGuide provides information about the USC Libraries Research Award. It includes submission guidelines, requirements, previous award winners and jury members, as well as additional information about primary source materials at USC.
USC Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive
by Crispin Brooks - Last Updated Jun 10, 2014
Established in 1994 to preserve the audio-visual histories of survivors and other witnesses of the Holocaust, the USC Shoah Foundation maintains one of the largest video digital libraries in the world: the Visual History Archive (VHA).
USC Special Collections Exhibitions
by Michaela Ullmann - Last Updated Feb 18, 2014
This guide will showcase exhibitions which were created by the USC department of Special Collections
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Veterans Services @ USC
by Eduardo Tinoco - Last Updated Jul 24, 2014
This guide provides contact information for available services at USC for Veterans.
Visions & Voices: 99 Histories
by Ken Klein - Last Updated Sep 12, 2014
Author Julia Cho's critically acclaimed play is about a young, pregnant woman returning home to repair her relationship with her mother. This V+V event is on Sunday, September 21st, at The Lounge Theatre, in Hollywood.
Visions & Voices: Technology in Context
by Andy Rutkowski, Stacy Williams - Last Updated Sep 11, 2014
Technology in Context, a two-part series, considers the historical and cultural dimensions of computing as well as how we can study technology in collaborative, accessible ways.
Visions & Voices: Wordless!: Art Spiegelman and Phillip Johnston
by Elizabeth Galoozis - Last Updated Sep 22, 2014
Resources to accompany the Visions & Voices event on October 14, 2014.
Visions & Voices: Zaha Hadid
by Amy Ciccone - Last Updated Sep 24, 2014
Created in conjunction with Zaha Hadid's lecture and discussion on 24 October 2014.
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Wagner's Ring Cycle: 101
by Stephanie Bonjack - Last Updated Aug 10, 2010
This research guide is designed to complement the January 21, 2010 Alumni Association event: Wagner's Ring Cycle: 101
Weeding Collections
by Amy Ciccone - Last Updated Aug 6, 2014
Why and how to weed Doheny and other library collections
Wellness Information Resources
by Karen Howell - Last Updated Jan 15, 2014
Some tips on finding information on wellness topics within the USC Libraries print and online resources.
William Shakespeare
by Anthony Anderson - Last Updated Sep 15, 2014
Women's and Gender Studies *
by Ruth Wallach - Last Updated Oct 29, 2013
This is a guide to selected reference sources in women's and gender studies available at the USC Libraries.
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19th Century U.S. History
by Beth Namei - Last Updated Aug 26, 2014
Resources for the study of 19th-Century U.S. History

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