This guide will help you find resources for you research projects in African mass media. The tabs at the top of the page lead you to
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Reminder: Some databases link directly to full text; when they don't also try UCe-Link to find either electronic or print versions. The gold E-Link button is found in results of most database searches.
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My Library Account: Roger, the UCSD library catalog, has a "My Library Account" feature that allows you to view items that you have borrowed, renew items, request books, and more, once you have created your library PIN. There are instructions how to do it on the Account page.
Style and Citation Guides for Research Papers: There are some excellent guides to citation styles on the Web, including ones maintained by the Concordia University ,Dartmouth College and the University of Texas.
The Reference Shelf: A collection of information sources on the web such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, directories, handbooks, manuals, guides, and other general resources selected and arranged for the use of the UCSD community.
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