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Advanced Writing in the Disciplines (AWD) : 3315 (Interdisciplinary or Multidisciplinary)

A guide to online and print resources for Advanced Writing in the Disciplines

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Primary Source Materials

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Choosing a research guide

As a student in ENGW 3315, Advanced Writing in the Disciplines, you may have to choose a different course to get an appropriate selection of research guides, or a combination of courses for multidisciplinary research. A few databases and online  collections are listed below, but you are encouraged to explore the guides for the other AWD courses in the drop-down menu.

Key Resources

Below is a selection of databases to which the Library subscribes. You can also browse the entire list on the library's web site. Note that the first few are multidisciplinary, then provides a few subject-specific options after the Web of Science link. Check Ebooks and Ebook Collections for information about academic books online.