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Help with the process of finding information and tips for writing for History classes
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Today in History

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Blogging Historians

Blogs authored by professional historians reveal a side of historical scholarship, and the historian, not found elsewhere. Here are several interesting examples of historian-created blogs:

 

Welcome

This guide should serve as a starting point for the history research.

Access to Library Materials Using a LibGuide

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Your Gateway to Quality Resources

Besides traditional print materials, the library owns databases which index and provide access to journals, magazines, newspapers, even electronic books. Many of these resources are full-text and can even be accessed off-campus.

Subscription databases are available only to current IWC students unless used in the Library or computer labs.  An IWC username and password is required to access these resources from any other location.   

When using this guide, you will see two links for each database.  

LibraryDoor

Choose the on-campus link if you are using this LibGuide in the Library or one of the computer labs in the Science Hall.

Click the off-campus link if you are accessing databases in the dorms or in other locations.

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Presidential Libraries

A monthly podcast produced by the Presidential Libraries of the National Archives and Records Administration. Listen to historical clips from the Libraries' collection, ranging from serious policy discussions to conversations with presidential family members.

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