This session will focus on some of the library’s most recently acquired and largest collections relating to the history of Indigenous peoples. We will explore both archival and published resources along with some of the most effective search techniques for locating what you need for your research.
A collection of current journals, monographs, conference proceedings and reports. Material comes from Australia and New Zealand as well as from Indonesia, Malaysia, North America and the Pacific.
When you click on the link for Informit, you will be taken to two database options. Please note that only the Indigenous Collection database content is available to U of S users; this is the content included in our subscription. The Humanities and Social Sciences Collection database available through Informit is only available as an Index, which means that access to articles, etc. is only available for a fee by individual users.
For free content to U of S users, check off the Indigenous Collection database only when you start your search. [details]
This session took place on Nov 27 in the Murray Library, Collaborative Learning Lab from 12:00 - 1:00 PM.