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Effective PowerPoint presentations, by Thomas Saylor
--planning your PowerPoint presentation for class?  Start here.
How to write a book review, by Thomas Saylor
--all necessary components of your book review explained here
How to read a scholarly book, by Thomas Saylor
--learning how to read effectively can save you time
Finding e-reserves on CSP's CLICnet system
--locate what you need at Concordia's Library Technology Center

A Student's Online Guide to History, by Jules Benjamin (Ithaca College)
--basic study, research, and writing skills for history students 
American Memory: Historical Collections for the National Digital Library (Library of Congress)
--browse 7 million documents in the collections of the Library of Congress
DoHistory: an experimental interactive case study (Harvard University)
--piece together the past using the skills and techniques employed by scholars; hands-on
Scholar's Guide to the Web (R Jensen, U of Illinois-Chicago)
--one of the most extensive collections of resources anywhere; regularly updated 
Project Muse (Johns Hopkins University) 
--wide selection of full-text journals
History Online  (Institute of Historical Research)
--high-quality information resources for the teaching and learning of history; 40,000+ records
History Central Catalogue (University of Kansas)
--large collection of links on a variety of themes and geographic locations; regularly updated
JSTOR: the scholarly journal archive
--full-text versions of journals in history and other fields
Marxists Internet Archive
--Marxist writers, Marxist history, Encyclopedia of Marxism, more
Internet Modern History Sourcebook (Fordham) 
--primary source materials from different eras and regions
Web sites on German history and society (T Saylor, Concordia-St. Paul)
--collection of helpful resources; regularly updated