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HON1000 - The City: Changing Detroit

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Honors Librarian

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Veronica Bielat
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Contact:
165 TC/Purdy Library
313-577-4217
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Welcome to the WSU Libraries

This page, General Library Information, is meant to help you discover services offered by the library that will help you with HON 1000 and other courses at WSU.

Not sure where to start, or curious about what the library has to offer? This video will take you on a tour of the library homepage in under 5 minutes.

The video below will introduce you to the Reuther Library, an archive with a great array of primary sources available for your research:

Writing and Citation Help

Finding and Evaluating Information

Many assignments will ask you to find "scholarly articles," but what does that mean?

Scholarly articles are often (but not always!) peer-reviewed. You've probably heard the term before, but this video gives a brief but thorough description of what it means.

The best way to make sure you're finding scholarly or peer-reviewed articles is by using a library database. This video will show you how.