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This is the source for Library Guides (aka Libguides) and library information. DISCLAIMER Libguides are best viewed on the BSU campus using Google Chrome. To access Research Port off campus, you must use the library number on your Bowie Card.
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  • Thurgood Marshall Library Virtual Tour
    This informative libguide highlights the different areas of the library. Watch video tutorials about each library department to find out what library services are available. Review the information when you are finished by taking the quiz at the Test Yourself tab.
  • Finding Sources of Information at Thurgood Marshall Library
    This guide has tutorials on Research Port, CatalogUSMAI, and WorldCat Local. It has a tutorial on keyword searching. It covers the research process and gives lots of information about finding sources of information.
  • RESEARCH PROCESS - HOW TO, WHERE TO GO, WHAT TO DO
    Research is not three easy steps. It requires identifying, choosing, analyzing, and evaluating many sources of information. This libguide will explain how to do research.
  • Carter G. Woodson "Miseducation" Project : Intergrative Learning Community of the Scholar's Studio Libguide by Monica Luciano
    Scholar's Studio has partnered with the National Park Service (NPS) to support the restoration and preservation of Carter G. Woodson's Washington D.C. home. This partnership will give the students an opportunity to learn about African American history, leadership, business, and education.
  • New Jim Crow Project : Integrative Learning Community of the Scholar's Studio
    This research guide provides tutorials, resource lists, tips and links for students doing research in the fields of sociology, psychology, and the interdisciplinary topic of mass incarceration.
  • Empirical, Scholarly, and Peer-Reviewed Articles
    SCHOLARLY ARTICLE Definition: Also known as peer-reviewed or refereed periodicals, scholarly journals publish original research and commentary on current developments within a specific discipline. To learn more follow this link.
  • This is C.R.A.A.P. Website Evaluation
    When you search the Web, you’re going to find a lot of information, but is it accurate and reliable? You will have to determine this for yourself, and the CRAAP Test can help.
  • Banking and Finance for Dr. Sunando Sengupta's FINA 422 and FINA 424
    Covering the topics of Commercial Banking, Banking Regulations, International Finance, and Corporate Finance, this research guide provides access to resources on the Internet and in Research Port.
  • How to Create an Annotated Bibliography
    One of the most important aspects of conducting any research is compiling a bibliography of sources. As you're going through the research process you may be asked - or you may find it useful - to create an annotated bibliography. Just like a regular bibliography this will contain publication information for the sources that you are citing in your work, but the annotated bibliography will also include a brief summary of the source and your own critical assessment of it's relevance, objectivity, and usefulness. This allows you to keep an organized record of your own critical thinking throughout the research process.
  • Marketing Research MKTG 430
    Emphasis will be placed on issues of validity, reliability, problem identification, research design, communication methods, data collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data applied to the solution of marketing problems.
  • Psychology Research Guide
    The purpose of this guide is to assist Bowie students in researching and formating papers for psychology courses. The goal is to provide research guidance to any student taking a psychology course and also to provide resources to psychology majors as they strive to achieve their learning outcomes.
  • Where can I find Full-Text E-Journals in Research Port for International Business
    This LibGuide offers lists of full-text e-journals that are in Research Port databases. These lists show you the best places to find articles on International Business.
    Created by Monica Luciano in collaboration with Dr. Falih Alsaaty.
  • How to Cite Using APA Style Manual 6th rev. Edition
    APA Style is one of publication manual organized by the American Psychologial Association since 1929. The latest edition is sixth edition published in 2009. APA style is used in mainly social science, behavioral science, and communication field.
  • Where can I find information on MLA format?  
      
    MLA format is an editorial style developed by the Modern Language Association. It is primarily used by students and scholars in Humanities fields (Literature, Languages, Philosophy ect...).
  • Guide to Plagiarism and How to Avoid It.  
      
    The process of synthesis in academic writing is part of becoming a scholar. You are reading and learning from the scholars who have shaped your chosen discipline. By properly citing the words and ideas of experts in your paper, you are bolstering and supporting your own arguments, and developing the skills of a scholar. Plagiarism negates all of this.
  • Writing a Literature Review
    Resources and tips to help you write an academic Literature Review.
  • Identifying Academic Writing
    One of the most important and useful skills you can have as you begin your college studies is the ability to read and understand many different types of academic or scholarly writing.
  • Where can I find Subject Guides for Electronic Resources  
      
    This subject guides listed in this libguide offer a wide range of electronic resources that are available for free through the Internet.
  • The Curriculum Laboratory  
      
    Instructional materials available for review that support preK-12 teacher education and professional development. The Curriculum Laboratory collection supports and primarily the College of Education students with emphasis on pre-service/in-service teachers, faculty, staff and University campus, as well as educational professionals and individuals interested in curriculum related materials.
  • Where can I find library resources on Sport Management?  
      
  • Where can I find lists of Research Port Full-text Databases for Information Systems Research?  
      
    This LibGuide offers lists of full-text e-journals that are in six of the Research Port databases. These lists show you the best places to find articles on Information Systems.
    Created by Monica Luciano in collaboration with Dr. Azene Zenebe
  • Using Call Numbers in the Library  
      
    The Thurgood Marshall Library uses the Library of Congress Classification System to organize their materials. This guide will show you how to use that system to find materials in the library.
  • Where can I find information about Archives & Special Collections at Thurgood Marshall Library?  
      
    Home to the historical records of Bowie State University, including publications and photographs. Here you'll also find Special Collections materials such as manuscript collections, records of local organizations, vertical files, and ephemera.
  • Where can I find information for English 758 Seminar in African Literature  
      
    The Seminar in African Literature is designed to provide students with a specific and global view of the diversity of literatures from the African continent. This libguide is a supplement to the course taught by Dr. Sidney Walker.
  • Full-Text E-Journals in Research Port for International Business
    There are several databases in Research Port that contain full-text e-journals on the subject of International Business.
    Find out which ones they are in this libguide.

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