The primary mission of the Library is to support the educational, research, and outreach objectives of the University by:
- organizing and providing access to information resources, both on-site and through remote access, and
- promoting the necessary condition for their effective use, organization, and maintenance.
Its secondary mission is to provide the same services to residents of the Eastern Oklahoma region.
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Welcome to the Graduate Research and Writing LibGuide!
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If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, or if you wish to set up an individual (one-on-one) consultation please use the information on the right to contact me (phone or email would be the best options). You can also do email reference or set up a research consultation by using the Ask a Librarian link.
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- link to Blackboard
- link to the Spring 2015 Academic calendar
- link to the list of programs by College and Department
- College of Liberal Arts
- Department of Languages and Literature
CLASS DESCRIPTION: This course provides a comprehensive introduction to theory, method, and practice of graduate scholarship in English. Students enhance research skills, formulate and articulate original research projects, practice writing in a variety of formats, and discuss publication . The course develops in students an awareness of the standards of academic writing expected in graduate studies. Note: This course should be taken in the first semester of the English Master’s Program
Instructor of Library Services
Northeastern State University
John Vaughan Library
711 N. Grand Avenue
Tahlequah, OK 74464
Subjects: Language and Literature, Communication, Art & Theatre.