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Using Archives and Special Collections at the University of South Dakota
by Dan Daily - Last Updated Feb 11, 2016
Guide to archives at USD.
Art
Art & Art History
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 19, 2016
Gateway into art and art history resources at USD
Book Art
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Nov 6, 2015
A guide to artist's books (books created or altered as original works of art).
Graphic Design
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Nov 6, 2015
Gateway into graphic design resources at USD
Making Art Work
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Apr 22, 2014
Writing an Artist Statement
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Feb 20, 2015
A guide to writing about your art and finding examples of other artist's statements.
Computstat/Research Insight (remote access)
by Stephen Johnson, Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Sep 22, 2014
Information for USD users about how to login remotely to access the Compustat database.
Gartner Research
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Sep 16, 2015
Access to Gartner Research is provided by USD's Information Technology Services
Citation Analysis
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 21, 2016
This guide covers resources for conducting citation analysis, finding impact factors and journal rankings. Useful for promotion and tenure.
Citation Style Guidelines
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Sep 16, 2015
Communication Sciences and Disorders
by Alan Aldrich - Last Updated Mar 26, 2015
Communication Studies
by Alan Aldrich - Last Updated Mar 26, 2015
This guide connects you with resources such as books and research databases useful in your study of human communication. Specific resources for many sub-fields of communication are included in this guide along with resources for properly citing your sourc
SPCM 101 Fundamentals of Speech Communication
by Alan Aldrich - Last Updated Feb 8, 2016
This guide links you to library resources such as the catalog, scholarly journals in print and electronic formats, and speech topic resources.
USD Information Literacy Lessons
by Reanna Bertram, Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 11, 2016
The broad focus of these lessons is understanding sources of information, including examples that can help you learn how to access information sources at USD. Each lesson is dedicated to a specific element of information competency.
Copyright at the University of South Dakota
by Dan Daily, Sue Owens - Last Updated Mar 3, 2016
A copyright resource page for Faculty, Students, Staff, and the general community at the University of South Dakota.
Counseling & Psychology
by Abby Moore - Last Updated Oct 29, 2014
Curriculum & Instruction
by Abby Moore - Last Updated Oct 2, 2013
Doctoral Competencies C & I
by Alan Aldrich, Abby Moore - Last Updated Mar 26, 2015
Education Resources
by David Alexander, Abby Moore - Last Updated Sep 15, 2015
This is a guide for created for School of Education faculty. You will find links to services and resources available to you through the University Libraries.
Educational Administration
by Abby Moore - Last Updated Oct 16, 2013
Finding Children's Award Winning Books
by Abby Moore - Last Updated Feb 20, 2014
The most common children's book awards given yearly are the Caldecott Award, the Newbery Award, and the Orbis Pictus Award.
Kinesiology & Sport Science
by David Alexander - Last Updated Sep 9, 2014
Young Adult Literature Awards
by Abby Moore - Last Updated Feb 20, 2014
This guide provides links to all of the YALSA awards for Young Adult Literature as well as the YALSA reading lists of YA Literature.
Copyright at the University of South Dakota
by Dan Daily, Sue Owens - Last Updated Mar 3, 2016
A copyright resource page for Faculty, Students, Staff, and the general community at the University of South Dakota.
ENGL 101/101+ @ IUNA Crazy Horse
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Jul 23, 2015
ENGL 201 Research Guide
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Mar 22, 2016
This guide provides access to the resources you'll need to do research for ENGL 201.
Engl 205 Business Writing
by Alan Aldrich - Last Updated Mar 26, 2015
ENGL 210: Introduction to Literature
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Mar 14, 2016
This course guide organizes many of the resources you need for completing your ENGL 210 assignments. Each tab on the toolbar provides links to different resources such as the Information Literacy Lessons and research resources like catalogs and databases.
ENGL 283: Creative Writing
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Feb 4, 2015
This LibGuide provides access to sources that support creative writing.
ENGL 370: Critical Writing
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Feb 9, 2015
Freshman English Research Guide
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Oct 12, 2015
This guide is designed to assist Freshman English (ENGL 101 and UHON 110) students in completing the information literary lessons and exercises and course research papers.
USD Information Literacy Lessons
by Reanna Bertram, Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 11, 2016
The broad focus of these lessons is understanding sources of information, including examples that can help you learn how to access information sources at USD. Each lesson is dedicated to a specific element of information competency.
Freshman English Information Literacy Instructors' Guide
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Feb 9, 2015
This toolkit is intended to support information literacy instruction in Freshman English (ENGL 101 and UHON 110) classes. It provides resources for use by library faculty and teaching faculty.
Information Literacy As Metaliteracy
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Dec 2, 2013
This guide offers instructors information and support in teaching information literacy in all its dimentions (alphabetic literacy, computer literacy, network literacy, media literacy, visual literacy, cultural literacy).
Information Literacy Instructor's Resource
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Jan 15, 2014
This LibGuide provides information and resources for instructors who want to integrate information literacy instruction and assignments into their courses.
Art & Art History
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 19, 2016
Gateway into art and art history resources at USD
Book Art
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Nov 6, 2015
A guide to artist's books (books created or altered as original works of art).
Creating a Poster
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 22, 2016
Step by step instructions on creating a poster; general tips and ideas for poster design
Graphic Design
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Nov 6, 2015
Gateway into graphic design resources at USD
Making Art Work
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Apr 22, 2014
MUS 781 Introduction to Music Bibliography
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Nov 6, 2015
The purpose of this guide is to organize the most relevant USD Library resources for participants in MUS 781.
Music - Guide to Research
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Sep 15, 2015
The purpose of this guide is to organize the most relevant USD Library resources for students, staff and faculty within the discipline of Music.
Theatre
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Nov 6, 2015
This guide is a starting point for research in the University Libraries. It provides a selective list of print and electronic resources available for all aspects of Theatre study-scholarly as well as performance, production and design.
Writing an Artist Statement
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Feb 20, 2015
A guide to writing about your art and finding examples of other artist's statements.
Census Information
by Diane Frigge - Last Updated Jul 27, 2015
Early U.S. Government Publications
by Diane Frigge - Last Updated Jul 30, 2015
This guide is a list of some of the pre-1900 U.S. government publications and the resources available for your research.
Genealogy
by Diane Frigge - Last Updated Jan 28, 2016
This guide will help you find some of the sources available to begin your genealogy research.
Government Information
by Diane Frigge - Last Updated Jul 30, 2015
There is a wealth of information to be found in government publications. Although not a complete list, this guide contains many of the available resources.
Government Information Basic Collection
by Diane Frigge - Last Updated Aug 13, 2015
This guide serves as a point of access to government information titles in the “Basic Collection”.
How a Bill Becomes a Law
by Diane Frigge - Last Updated Jul 27, 2015
This guide will give you general information on the steps involved in the legislative process of a bill becoming a law and how to compile a legislative history.
STAT-USA (Links to Sources)
by Diane Frigge - Last Updated Apr 14, 2015
STAT-USA will cease to exist on September 30, 2010. This guide provides links to data sources which were used by the Department of Commerce to provide information on the STAT-USA website.
Statistics and Data
by Diane Frigge - Last Updated Apr 14, 2015
This guide is a compilation of sources of statistical information and data.
Addiction Studies Department
by Barbara Harvey, Shelie Vacek - Last Updated Mar 4, 2016
This guide is designed for students, faculty, and staff in the Addiction Studies Department.
Affordable Care Act
by Shelie Vacek - Last Updated Mar 31, 2016
Information about the Affordable Care Act and the Health Insurance Marketplace
Anatomy Resources
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 20, 2016
Anatomy Resources, Some Free and Some Available to USD Students, Staff and Faculty from the University Libraries
Basic Biomedical Sciences
by Barbara Harvey, Shelie Vacek - Last Updated Mar 2, 2016
This guide is designed to direct BBS researchers and students to the optimal information for their curriculum and projects.
Browser Tools, Tips, and Tricks
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated May 22, 2013
This guide is designed to show you how to customize your browser, e.g. Firefox, Internet Explorer, settings to get you places even faster.
CINAHL Searching
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
Information on how to get started with the CINAHL database.
Copyright at the University of South Dakota
by Dan Daily, Sue Owens - Last Updated Mar 3, 2016
A copyright resource page for Faculty, Students, Staff, and the general community at the University of South Dakota.
Dental Hygiene
by Barbara Harvey, Shelie Vacek - Last Updated Mar 31, 2016
The purpose of this guide is to organize the most relevant USD Library resources for clinicians, students, and faculty within the discipline of Dental Hygiene.
Evidence Based Medicine (Practice)
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 20, 2016
Welcome!
Finding Reliable Health Information
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Aug 26, 2014
A brief how-to guide from the librarians at The University of South Dakota and Wegner Center's Health Sciences Libraries. This guide is designed for the general public.
Health and Medicine Mobile Resources
by Timmi Johnson - Last Updated Apr 12, 2016
Health Sciences Major
by Timmi Johnson, Shelie Vacek - Last Updated Jan 21, 2016
Health Source: Consumer Edition
by Timmi Johnson - Last Updated Aug 26, 2014
Health Statistics
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Mar 2, 2016
This guide highlights health data available at the state, federal and international level in several areas of health care and health administration. Primary sources are the Federal Government and international agencies.
ILLiad
by Danielle Loftus, Tonya Olson - Last Updated Mar 27, 2015
How USD students staff and faculty can set up an ILLiad account to order items.
Medical Education
by Shelie Vacek - Last Updated Apr 20, 2016
Resources for Sanford School of Medicine, The University of South Dakota medical students and residents.
Medical Ethics
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 20, 2016
Suggested resources and other information for beginning research on the topic Medical Ethics.
Medical Laboratory Science
by Barbara Harvey, Shelie Vacek - Last Updated Sep 30, 2015
Mobile Resources @ The University Libraries
by University Libraries - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
Research sources tailored to mobile devices. Use URL bit.ly/libusd to access on your phone or PDA.
Nursing
by Timmi Johnson - Last Updated Jan 20, 2016
The purpose of this guide is to organize the most relevant USD Library resources for clinicians, students, and faculty within the discipline of Nursing.
Occupational Therapy
by Timmi Johnson - Last Updated Mar 11, 2016
The purpose of this guide is to organize the most relevant USD Library resources for clinicians, students, and faculty within the discipline of Occupational Therapy.
Occupational Therapy - Communication Methods
by Ernetta Fox, Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jun 17, 2015
Uses of computer and networking technologies to increase independence, productivity, and participation in education, employment, life.
Online Educational Videos
by Tracie Erdmann, Molly Youngkin - Last Updated Oct 29, 2014
Physical Therapy
by Timmi Johnson - Last Updated Oct 25, 2015
The purpose of this guide is to organize the most relevant USD Library resources for clinicians, students, and faculty within the discipline of Physical Therapy.
Physician Assistant
by Timmi Johnson - Last Updated Jan 20, 2016
Public Health Resources
by Molly Youngkin - Last Updated May 11, 2016
PubMed Guide
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Dec 18, 2015
A user's guide to PubMed--includes info for USD users.
Social Work
by Shelie Vacek - Last Updated Apr 13, 2016
SSOM & SHS Faculty Resources/Services
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 20, 2016
Resources and Services available to faculty at the USD Sanford School of Medicine and School of Health Sciences, and Wegner Partners
The Hits and Misses of Resources in Medicine and Health Sciences
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jul 24, 2014
While Google is a great tool for finding restaurants and for planning your vacation, you might think twice before you treat patients with information from Google. Here's a tip sheet that shows the pros and cons of different resources.
Writing a Paper - Topic: Health Sciences
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 14, 2016
Here is some basic info on how to choose a topic, and resources to use to help you get started with writing a paper in the health sciences.
HIST 492/592 Early American Republic
by Dan Daily - Last Updated Sep 5, 2013
HIST 780/782 Research Guide
by Dan Daily - Last Updated Sep 2, 2015
Introduction to Archival Research
by Lisa Duncan - Last Updated May 13, 2016
Resources for Native American History
by Dan Daily - Last Updated Apr 1, 2015
Freshman English Research Guide
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Oct 12, 2015
This guide is designed to assist Freshman English (ENGL 101 and UHON 110) students in completing the information literary lessons and exercises and course research papers.
UHON 211 Research Guide
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Feb 8, 2016
This guide provides access to library resources that will support your research for UHON 211.
USD Information Literacy Lessons
by Reanna Bertram, Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 11, 2016
The broad focus of these lessons is understanding sources of information, including examples that can help you learn how to access information sources at USD. Each lesson is dedicated to a specific element of information competency.
Classical Greek Resources
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Jul 24, 2014
This guide provides resources to learners of Classical Greek language and literature.
Copyright at the University of South Dakota
by Dan Daily, Sue Owens - Last Updated Mar 3, 2016
A copyright resource page for Faculty, Students, Staff, and the general community at the University of South Dakota.
German Language Resources for Students and Teachers
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Mar 8, 2016
This guide provides resources to support learning and teaching of the German language.
L’Année philologique Online
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Oct 12, 2010
L’Année philologique is the most comprehensive bibliographic database in the areas of ancient Greek and Roman history, literature, languages, archaeology and other aspects of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds.
Latin Resources
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Feb 9, 2015
This guide provides resources to learners of Latin language and literature.
Language Teaching and Learning
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Feb 9, 2015
ENGL 210: Introduction to Literature
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Mar 14, 2016
This course guide organizes many of the resources you need for completing your ENGL 210 assignments. Each tab on the toolbar provides links to different resources such as the Information Literacy Lessons and research resources like catalogs and databases.
Mathematics Resources
by Kathleen McElhinney - Last Updated Mar 27, 2015
This LibGuide is set up to assist you in identifying key resources in the field of Mathematics subscribed to or owned by the USD University Libraries
MUS 781 Introduction to Music Bibliography
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Nov 6, 2015
The purpose of this guide is to organize the most relevant USD Library resources for participants in MUS 781.
Music - Guide to Research
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Sep 15, 2015
The purpose of this guide is to organize the most relevant USD Library resources for students, staff and faculty within the discipline of Music.
Copyright at the University of South Dakota
by Dan Daily, Sue Owens - Last Updated Mar 3, 2016
A copyright resource page for Faculty, Students, Staff, and the general community at the University of South Dakota.
ENGL 101/101+ @ IUNA Crazy Horse
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Jul 23, 2015
ENGL 210 @ IUNA Crazy Horse: Introduction to Literature
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Feb 9, 2015
This guide supports literary analysis research in ENGL 210 at the Indian University of North America in Custer, SD.
Jumpstart
by Alan Aldrich, Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Oct 26, 2015
Philosophy Resources
by Kathleen McElhinney - Last Updated Sep 8, 2015
What you need to know to do write philosophy papers and do research in philosophy at USD.
Chemistry Resources
by Lindsay Marlow - Last Updated Nov 23, 2015
Links, tips, and tools to search for and cite chemistry books and articles.
Computer Science Resources
by Kathleen McElhinney - Last Updated Oct 2, 2015
How to find resources in the field of Computer Science, as well as how to keep up with the latest CS research, doing research on operating systems, and the basics of digital humanities and ACM's citation style guide.
SciFinder Scholar
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Oct 21, 2015
SUST 201: Sustainability & Society
by Lindsay Marlow - Last Updated Sep 22, 2014
The purpose of this guide is to help SUST 201 students become more information literate and create better projects for class.
SUST 203-Sustainability & Science
by Lindsay Marlow - Last Updated Jan 25, 2016
This LibGuide provides resources to assist students with the completion of their SUST 203 Research Paper.
44th Annual Dakota Conference, 2012
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated May 1, 2012
Considering the Challenges and Opportunities of Making Wounded Knee Interviews Available on the Web through Digital Library of South Dakota (DLSD)
A Civil War Diary
by Alan Aldrich - Last Updated Jan 21, 2016
This site contains lesson plans for use with A Civil War Diary, a journal of every day life by a soldier of the Chatfield Guards, Company A, 2nd Minnesota Regiment.
Book Art
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Nov 6, 2015
A guide to artist's books (books created or altered as original works of art).
Browser Tools, Tips, and Tricks
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated May 22, 2013
This guide is designed to show you how to customize your browser, e.g. Firefox, Internet Explorer, settings to get you places even faster.
Citation Analysis
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 21, 2016
This guide covers resources for conducting citation analysis, finding impact factors and journal rankings. Useful for promotion and tenure.
Citation Style Guidelines
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Sep 16, 2015
Copyright at the University of South Dakota
by Dan Daily, Sue Owens - Last Updated Mar 3, 2016
A copyright resource page for Faculty, Students, Staff, and the general community at the University of South Dakota.
Course Reserves
by Anne Hinseth, Tonya Olson - Last Updated Mar 3, 2016
Electronic and physical materials which are required course readings
Creating a Self Loading CD
by Kevin Haiar - Last Updated Feb 16, 2010
Endnote
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Sep 16, 2015
This guide will lead you through the process of downloading, installing, and setting up Endnote on your computer.
Finding Reliable Health Information
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Aug 26, 2014
A brief how-to guide from the librarians at The University of South Dakota and Wegner Center's Health Sciences Libraries. This guide is designed for the general public.
Genealogy
by Diane Frigge - Last Updated Jan 28, 2016
This guide will help you find some of the sources available to begin your genealogy research.
Government Information
by Diane Frigge - Last Updated Jul 30, 2015
There is a wealth of information to be found in government publications. Although not a complete list, this guide contains many of the available resources.
Holocaust Studies
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Oct 28, 2014
This guide includes resources for the study of the Holocaust at USD University Libraries and beyond.
Hot Off the Press
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated May 5, 2016
ILLiad
by Danielle Loftus, Tonya Olson - Last Updated Mar 27, 2015
How USD students staff and faculty can set up an ILLiad account to order items.
Implementing SMS and Texting Reference Services
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Mar 18, 2011
This guide demonstrates how librarians at USD's University Libraries are using SMS and IM. Featured are examples of IM interactive capabilities, resources, and links to conference presentations.
LibGuides for Guide Authors: Getting Started
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jul 16, 2013
Everything -- well, nearly everything -- you need to get started with LibGuides and publish your guides
Linking Directly to Resources; Individual Articles and Records
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated May 3, 2016
This guide will explain persistent links in library resources and how to utilize them, such as in a D2L course page.
Marketing & Communications Committee
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Feb 19, 2016
This committee is charged with undertaking activities that will establish a clear and positive image of the libraries and increase awareness of the scope of the libraries’ services in the university community.
Mobile Resources @ The University Libraries
by University Libraries - Last Updated Dec 11, 2014
Research sources tailored to mobile devices. Use URL bit.ly/libusd to access on your phone or PDA.
PostSecret@USD
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Sep 4, 2012
Religious and Spiritual Observances Calendar
by Caroline Anderberg - Last Updated Jun 1, 2015
This guide is intended as an educational resource by raising awareness of the diverse religious and spiritual observances celebrated by members of the University of South Dakota community that may impact one's school or work responsibilities.
RSS - An Introduction to Feeds and Aggregators
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated May 13, 2010
What is RSS? Why use it? And how to make it work for you
The White Rose Exhibit / Die Weiße-Rose-Ausstellung
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Apr 3, 2014
This exhibit commemorates the White Rose student anti-Nazi movement of 1942-43 in Munich, Bavaria.
USD Proxy Server Info
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Nov 23, 2015
Need help accessing online resources?
Using Archives and Special Collections at the University of South Dakota
by Dan Daily - Last Updated Feb 11, 2016
Guide to archives at USD.
Using Micromaterials in the University Libraries
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Oct 14, 2015
This is a guide for locating, viewing, and scanning various micromaterials located in the University Libraries.
Women's & Gender Studies Resources
by Carol Leibiger - Last Updated Mar 8, 2016
Anatomy Resources
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 20, 2016
Anatomy Resources, Some Free and Some Available to USD Students, Staff and Faculty from the University Libraries
Databases Available to Wegner Center Partners
by Tracie Erdmann, Molly Youngkin - Last Updated Jan 20, 2016
Databases (and information resources) accessible by the Wegner Center partner institutions.
Evidence Based Medicine (Practice)
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 20, 2016
Welcome!
Health and Medicine Mobile Resources
by Timmi Johnson - Last Updated Apr 12, 2016
Health Source: Consumer Edition
by Timmi Johnson - Last Updated Aug 26, 2014
Medical Ethics
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jan 20, 2016
Suggested resources and other information for beginning research on the topic Medical Ethics.
Online Educational Videos
by Tracie Erdmann, Molly Youngkin - Last Updated Oct 29, 2014
PubMed Guide
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Dec 18, 2015
A user's guide to PubMed--includes info for USD users.
Wegner Center Partner Institutions
by Molly Youngkin - Last Updated Oct 21, 2014

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