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Want to learn about a culture you’re unfamiliar with? The books and databases below give you an idea of just how much the Library has to offer.

Collections like CultureGrams let you narrow your search to one country, then supplies information on local customs related to greetings, dating, marriage, eating, visiting, and much more. You’ll also find information on worldwide customs, religious life, society, rituals, celebrations, and more through articles, videos and books using the Start My Research search box on the Library’s home page

The Monthly Featured Resources of November Contributors: Ellen Metter, Sasha Castillo, and Indiana Mezta.

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  • Research Tutoring
    Research tutoring is for quick questions, tips, and strategies on finding and evaluating information resources.  Research Tutoring is located in the Knowledge Market on the first floor and is available Monday–Thursday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Friday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. 

  • Research Consultations
    Research consultations are for in-depth and lengthy discussions about research questions. Please use Schedule a Research Consultation Form to request an appointment.  Due to the level of preparation needed, appointments should be made 48 hours in advance. If you need immediate help, please use Research Tutoring.  

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