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Audiology Resource Guide

This guide provides you with easy access to art history and related resources. Use the tabs near the top of the page to go to the relevant section. Please visit the reference desk, use the Ask-a-Librarian service, or contact Jill Cirasella if you need further assistance.

  • To find sources for journal articles, select the Find Articles tab
  • To search for print and electronic books, select the Find Books tab
  • To search for dissertations, select the Dissertations tab
  • For information on collections of and access to other libraries, select the Other Libraries tab
  • For information on bibliographic citation styles and citation managers such as Zotero and RefWorks, select the Citing Sources tab
  • For information on grants and fellowship opportunities, select the Funding tab

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