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University of Pittsburgh
207E Hillman Library
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

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American History Resources - Oakland Campus
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Aug 13, 2013
This guide supports students interested in library resources with a main focus on American history; from primary source materials to historical databases and citation information.
Tags: american history, history, oakland, pittsburgh, primary sources
American Youth Culture in the 50s and 60s - Oakland Campus
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Jan 23, 2014
This guide is meant to provide a starting point for research related to HIST 1001
Tags: history, oakland
Building Democracy and Its Institutions - Oakland Campus
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Nov 7, 2013
This guide is designed to assist students in Prof. Scott Morgenstern's PS 1378 Building Democracy and its Institutions course. The resources featured will provide information for the final project focusing on two countries.
Tags: democracy, political science
Cities in the 21st Century - Oakland Campus
by Lois Kepes, Mark Scott - Last Updated Jan 23, 2014
This guide is designed to help URBAN STUDIES and GSPIA students find resources on cities and metropolitan areas.
Tags: cities, gspia, international affairs, oakland, public affairs, urban studies
Communication Process - Oakland Campus
by Leslie Eibl, Mark Scott, Patricia Sharp - Last Updated Jan 22, 2014
This research guide is for Dr. Gareis' COMMRC 0300 Communication Process class, Spring 2014.
Tags: commrc, communication, communication process, gareis, oakland
Finding Topographic Maps - Oakland Campus
by Mark Scott, Tom Twiss - Last Updated Apr 4, 2014
This guide will help you find topographic maps of the U.S. and other countries that are located in Pitt's Hillman Library and on the web.
Tags: geography, geology, government information, government publications, maps, topographic, usgs
General Historical Resources - Oakland Campus
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Jun 10, 2013
This guide will assist history students with library resources from primary source materials to historical databases and citation information.
Tags: historical newspapers, history, research
Global History of Piracy - Oakland Campus
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Feb 13, 2014
This guide is designed for Prof. Molly Warsh's History 1060 course, Global History of Piracy.
Tags: corsairs, history, marauders, piracy, pirates, privateers
International Urbanism - Oakland Campus
by Lois Kepes, Mark Scott - Last Updated Nov 4, 2013
This guide is designed to help users find resources on cities, metropolitan areas and urbanization, as well as the related problems.
Tags: cities, gspia, international affairs, oakland, political science, public affairs, sociology, urban studies
Locating Government Information
by Mark Scott, Patricia Sharp, Tom Twiss - Last Updated Jan 3, 2014
This guide is designed to provide information on government documents. Information can be found on the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), depository libraries and the Superintendent of Classification system.
Tags: government information, government publications
Mark Scott
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Aug 3, 2013
Liaison librarian in the ULS Research and Educational Support division, Oakland Campus, Coordinator of Government Publications
Tags: census, census tracts, environmental studies, government information, government publications, history, pittsburgh neighborhoods, policy and international affairs, political science, urban studies
Orinoco Flow - Oakland Campus
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Sep 25, 2013
This guide is intended for students in Prof. Putnam's HIST 1000 course on the Orinoco River basin in Venezuela from 1850-1950. The resources featured will help students to locate scholarly and primary source materials during this time period.
Tags: history, orinoco river, venezuela
Patent Searching @ Pitt
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Mar 5, 2014
This guide is for members of the Pitt community who need a starting point for finding patent information.
Tags: business, engineering, patent, patent searching, research skills, science
Political Science - Oakland Campus
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Aug 13, 2013
This guide is designed to orient students and faculty in the Department of Political Science to resources and services available through the ULS.
Tags: government, political science
Public Speaking - Oakland Campus
by Leslie Eibl, Mark Scott, Patricia Sharp - Last Updated Mar 4, 2014
This research guide is for all COMMRC 0520 Public Speaking courses, Spring 2014.
Tags: commrc, communication, current events, newspapers, oakland, presentations, public speaking, speeches
Puritans of New England - Oakland Campus
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Jan 15, 2014
This guide is designed for Prof. Scott Smith's Introductory Seminar (History 1001) course on the Puritans of New England. The resources featured will enable students to locate both primary and secondary resources of Puritan New England.
Tags: history, john winthrop, jonathan edwards, new england, puritans, religion, sermons
Revolution, Counterrevolution, and Memory in Chile, 1970-2013 - Oakland Campus
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Oct 8, 2013
This guide is designed to assist students in Professor Gotkowitz's Introductory Seminar (History 1001) focusing on revolutionary change, state violence, human rights and politics of Chile from 1970-2013.
Tags: allende, chile, church committee, declassified documents, history, human rights, pinochet
Speaking Prep @ Pitt
by Leslie Eibl, Mark Scott, Patricia Sharp - Last Updated Jan 28, 2014
Your toolbox for help with public speaking, debates, current events, and honing your persuasive speaking skills.
Tags: communication, current events, public speaking, research
United States Civil War - Oakland Campus
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Jan 29, 2014
This Libguide is designed for Prof. Hall's Research and Writing Seminar for History Majors, (HST 1000). The course is an undergraduate research and writing seminar for history majors focused on the history of the Civil War in the United States.
Tags: civil war, government information, military history, united states, united states history
Urban Research Seminar - Oakland Campus
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Jan 23, 2014
This guide is designed to assist students in URBST 1500: Urban Research Seminar with Prof. Michael Glass. Sources featured in this guide will enable students to develope research skills to examine distant cities.
Tags: oakland, urban studies
Urban Skills Seminar - URBNST1300
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Sep 5, 2013
This guide is designed to assist seminar students with their research concerning the neighborhood of Lawrenceville in the city of Pittsburgh.
Tags: census, demographics, gentrification, lawrenceville., pittsburgh, pittsburgh neighborhoods, urban studies
Urban Studies and Urban Affairs Resources - Oakland Campus
by Lois Kepes, Mark Scott - Last Updated Dec 17, 2013
This guide serves as a resource to the interdisciplinary field of urban affairs and urban studies. It supports both GSPIA's Center for Metropolitan Studies and the Urban Studies program.
Tags: cities, gspia, international affairs, oakland, political science, sociology, urban studies
Urban Studies Program - Oakland Campus
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Feb 13, 2014
Tags: urban studies
World History - Commodities - Oakland Campus
by Mark Scott - Last Updated Mar 12, 2014
This guide is designed to assist students taking Prof. Molly Warsh's World History course. The information within this guide focuses on primary and secondary sources on commodities to fulfill the commodity proposal and paper assignments.
Tags: commodities, commodity, consumption, history, world history
 
 
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