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Learn how to properly construct your works cited pages and bibliographies, includes links to APA, Chicago and MLA style guides.
Get guidelines for copyright standards including Western Michigan University’s copyright policies and fair use terms.
Work with our data librarian to find and manage data for your research needs.
Collaborate with our digital projects librarian to create dynamic, interactive scholarship using DH technology.
Learn college-level research skills by completing the modules in this microcourse. All WMU students are auto enrolled in this course in Elearning. Faculty and instructors will need to self-register for the course.
Partner with our map specialist to figure out the best way to analyze and visualize your geospatial data.
Use guides created by experts at WMU Libraries to help you with your research project or coursework.
Place books, book excerpts, articles, videos and sound recordings on reserve in the library or electronically for class use.
Discover a variety of sources that offer materials that are free for students and instructors to use in WMU courses.
Collaborate with our librarians to help your students to think critically, and effectively find, use and interpret information.
Record lectures and presentations while writing notes on a transparent lightboard and maintaining face-to-face contact with students.
Learn how you can find, adapt and create OER and switch from traditional textbooks to high-quality, free open textbooks.
Use our guide to learn about streaming videos available for instructional purposes. To browse for all videos including DVDs and videotapes, use our Library Search.
Learn how to measure the impact of your work on disciplinary scholarship and find the top journals in your field.
Learn about open access and how University Libraries can help you publish your research so anyone in the world can access, use and cite it.
Find out how we provide financial support for WMU researchers who publish in open access journals.