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What's in this Mexican American Studies Subject Guide?

Welcome to the study guide for Mexican American History.

This guide can help you locate materials the Library has, including books, journals, articles from journals in databases, and internet digital primary sources.

Use the "How do I...?" links below if you need a quick refresher on finding books, journals, etc.

If you have questions, you can stop by the Circulation Desk (956-882-8221) or the Reference Desk (956-882-7205). 


How do I . . .?

Research Tools

Here are some basic links for research help.  

Research 101 serves as an introduction to research skills for new students, a refresher for curent or returning students and is a tool that can help students use library resources more efficiently.  A series of tutorials cover things like how to select topics, develop research questions, search for information, evaluate sources that you may want to use, and more. 

Research Help is also available, with links to research and assignment help, choosing and evaluating sources, and information on copyright and plagiarism (under the section "Information For Students" at the top of the page).

For more information on copyright and plagiarism, visit the Library's Copyright Advisory Center Copyright Guide.