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INT 1000 Introduction to International Studies (Russell) Fall 2021

In introduction to resources used for International Studies and global affairs and their interconnections, including world history, and contemporary issues such as international trade, climate change, migration and global pandemics.

Welcome

This guide was created to introduce you to major credible and scholarly resources resources used for International Studies, and to help you with your INT 1000 course assignment

Use the tabs on the side to locate the information you need.  If you don't find what you are looking for or need help navigating this guide, don't hesitate to contact a McQuade Librarian. 

Steps for Research

1. Get Started - Choose/Explore Your Topic

2. Explore/Gather Background Information

3. Develop Your Research Questions

4. Identify Keywords & Search Strategies

5. Find Sources 

6. Evaluate Your Sources

Write and Cite

With much appreciation to McQuade Political Science Librarian Kadie Turcotte for many of the wonderful graphics throughout this guide.

Remote Access

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