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GEOG 101: Introduction to Human Geography (Spring 2024) : Welcome

Library Session Reflection

Library Session Slides


Welcome to your library course guide for Geography 101!  This guide will help you with finding resources to support your course assignments.

The guide includes information about 

  • how to find articles using library databases
  • how to access geography journals and to search within them to find articles
  • how to evaluate sources
  • how to find resources to support your writing, citing and presenting 
  • how to ask a librarian for help with your research

Recommended Reference e-Texts

The first two books, mentioned in your syllabus, provide explanations of geographical terms and concepts. The third book is a Oxford Bibliographies: Geography.  For your scaffolded research assignment, you are to find at least one source from Oxford Bibliographies: Geography (link in box below) or one of two journals, Geography Compass or Progress in Human Geography (links in this box).

Steenbock Librarian

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Karen Dunn
Steenbock Library;
Science & Engineering Libraries (SEL)

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Beth Harper
Memorial Library
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Government Information Specialist


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Rebecca Payne
Instruction Coordinator & Public Services Librarian, Memorial Library

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