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Tag Archives: Internet Resources
The New-York Historical Society has recently launched a new online portal linking to almost 12,000 pages of source materials relating to the history of slavery in the United States, the Atlantic slave trade, and the abolitionist movement. These documents, from … Continue reading
In 1913, “little Mary Phagan” was murdered at the National Pencil Factory in Atlanta, Leo Frank was tried for the murder, and in 1915, he was lynched by an angry mob in Marietta. Since then, the case of Leo Frank … Continue reading
Need help with refining your research topic? Want a visual approach? The Wonder Wheel is a visual concept map in Google. It’s a great tool to find or define a research topic. To use Wonder Wheel, perform a regular search … Continue reading
Many graduate students have to complete a thesis or dissertation to obtain their degree. Now they also have an opportunity to earn a cash reward and further recognition for their hard work! At the Georgia State University Library, completed Electronic … Continue reading
Publish or Perish is a great site for pulling data on times cited and other information designed to show evidence of your scholarly impact–ideal for promotion or tenure review. It is a free download and available for individual, non-profit use. … Continue reading
Zotero: Tuesday, October 6 from 11:00-12:00. Location: Online The library is offering another free workshop on Zotero, a Firefox plugin that makes it easy to save citations and automatically create bibliographies in Word. It’s like having EndNote running inside your … Continue reading