Library, WSU Vancouver. Reference Library Guides. 2008-2018.
Scope and Contents
- 2008 - 2018
Conditions Governing Access
Biographical / Historical
The Library's Reference Services provides classroom and one-on-one instruction. To help facilitate the abundance of information and resources avilable through WSU Libraries and the interenet, Reference routinely compiles bioliographic information and guides to direct users to valuable resources. The Libray Guides are one of the tools the Library uses for this service.
8.75 Megabytes (10 MHTML web site files contained in four separate directories.) : These are digital files.
Language of Materials
Black Lives Matter: A reading list provided as part of the library's Black Lives Matter display, which was created by the Student Diversity Center. It is based on a list compiled by workers at Left Bank Books in St. Louis.
Common Reading (2016-2017): a reader's guide, events and additional resources for the 2016-2017 Common Read, Integration Nation by Susan E. Eaton.
Common Reading (2017-2018): a reader's guide providing information on the 2017-2018 Common Reading book, Spare Parts by Joshua Davis. Includes resources for programming as well as research support on immigrant and refugee issues.
Diversity Film Festival: a reader's guide from the first Diversity Film Festival held on the WSU Vancouver campus in 2008. List of featured films at the Diversity Film Festival from 2008-2013.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
- Library, WSU Vancouver. Reference Library Guides. 2008-2018
- March 1, 2021
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