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HIST 112 - World History Since 1450

Research guide to assist researchers in location books and journal articles relevant to their course topics.

Welcome!

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Welcome to the Libraries' HISTORY 112: World History Since 1450 Class Guide! This guide will aid researchers in:

  • Locating books in K-State Libraries' collection that are relevant to their research topics
  • Locating articles in databases such as JSTOR that are relevant to their research topics
  • Accessing the Chicago Manual of Style in order to edit or create citations following the style manual's guidelines
  • Asking for help

If this guide does not have the information you are looking for, don't hesitate to  Ask A Librarian  for help any time during the Libraries' service hours.

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Research Consultations with Sara K. Kearns & Dan Ireton

A librarian can meet with you at any point in your research process and help you:

  • create a research plan
  • determine if there are primary or secondary sources that you can access for your topic
  • identify other archives or organizations that you can contact 
  • improve your literature review
  • request materials from other libraries
  • master RefWorks

Please email Sara K. Kearns or Dan Ireton to set up an appointment. We can meet in-person, via IM, or video (using Zoom.)