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Welcome to the Chinese Language Resource Guides
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Full Text Finder (EBSCO) This resource allows you to search for specific journal titles in the OWHL's collection and see which databases have the full text articles.
Effective Ways of Doing Information Research
The four key steps are to : Get Organized; Gather Information; Use the Information; and Reflect. To learn more about the details of a research process, please click Research without Pain.
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Oliver Wendell Holmes Library Catalog
|Typically, when you search, you will use keywords. Simply enter the basic ideas/keywords of your topic in the search box. The computer will search for books containing those keywords in the title, subjects, and descriptions of the books.
|Subject searching is more powerful than keyword searching. It allows you to use a specific vocabulary to find books in the catalog. To find a good subject, look at the display page of a book you already like. Click on the subject link to run a search
From Asian Society
"Bridge the Pacific" Through Comedy and Music
Accomplished Mandarin students kicked off the 2015 National Chinese Language Conference with Chinese-related performances. Comedic routines were performed by Jesse Appell and Nicholas Angiers, with musical acts by Nicholas Biniaz-Harris, Anthony Dodge, and Aliyah Auerbach. (3 min., 32 sec.)