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Roxanna Jones
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William T. Young Library
(859) 218-1324
Responsibilities: General Reference, Information Literacy and Library Instruction, Reference Collection Management, Academic Liaison for Social Work

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ENG/LIN/EDC 513
by Jennifer Bartlett, Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Feb 19, 2015
Selected paper and electronic resources to facilitate research in the multi-disciplinary area of Second Language Acquisition.
Tags: communication, english, language, language acquisition, linguistics, second language acquisition
Federal Government Resources
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Mar 9, 2015
A selected topical bibliography of U.S. Federal government information sources primarily but not exclusively located on the WWW.
Tags: civics, congress, courts, law and legislation, political science, president, reference, regulations, u.s. federal government information
Globalization
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Feb 5, 2015
Identifies resources for research on economic, environmental, political and social issues from a global perspective.
Tags: business, economics, global affairs, global impacts, globalization., governments and ngos, international relations, social issues
GWS 200: Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Feb 5, 2015
This guide is intended to help students in GWS 200 identify resources that will help them research gender issues in general and the cultures and contributions of women worldwide specifically.
Tags: feminism, feminist, gay, gays, gender, gender identity, gender issues, gender studies, lesbian, lesbians, lgbt, masculinity, sex roles, sexuality, women
HIS 202: History of the British People to the Restoration
by Judy Fugate, Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Feb 5, 2015
A guide to facilitate research for students in Dr. Whitlock's History 202 class studying the history of the British people from the Roman period to the Stuart period.
HIS 301-002: Living the U.S. Civil War (Taylor, Fall 2012)
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Feb 5, 2015
Selected resources for the study of the history of the U.S. Civil War on topics ranging from nationalism to slave emancipation. This guide will help students identify, analyze and use primary and secondary sources for their History 301 assignments.
Tags: abolition, civil war, confederacy, u.s. history, union, war, war between the states. recontruction, war of the rebellion
HIS 301-003 (Whitlock, Fall 2014)
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Feb 8, 2015
HIS 301/499: History Workshop: Introduction to the Study of History and Modern Kentucky History, 1930-
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Feb 2, 2015
A guide to selected paper and electronic resources for students in Dr. Tracy Campbell's History 301 and 499 classes.
Tags: history, kentucky, research process
HIS 301: American History Before 1865 (Spring 2013, Calvert)
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Apr 13, 2015
Guide to paper and electronic resources for students in Dr. Calvert's section concentrating on American history before 1865.
Tags: history, research skills
Kentucky and Local Information
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Jan 23, 2015
This guide is intended to help you research Kentucky and other local issues by identifying appropriate paper, microform and Internet resources.
Tags: government documents, kentucky, kentucky history, lexington, local government
LAS 201-001 (Spring 2014, Moreno)
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Jan 23, 2015
Research 101
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Feb 6, 2015
Guide to steps in the research process, from selecting a topic through giving appropriate credit for the sources you used for your paper, presentation or project.
Tags: 21st century skills, information literacy, research, research skills, tutorials
SOC 360
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Jan 26, 2015
A guide to library resources for students in Dr. Scott's Environmental Sociology class.
Tags: agriculture, energy and fuels, environmental problems, natural resources, social factors, solutions, sustainability, sustainable development
SOC 435
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Jan 27, 2015
Guide to help students researching Latino health issues.
Tags: health, latinas, latinos, research skills, risk, statistics
SOC 438: Cross-National Crime
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Feb 18, 2015
Guide to selected print and online resources for students studying comparative criminology.
Tags: comparative criminology, crimes, criminal behavior, criminal justice, criminology, law
SOC/AAS 235-001: Inequalities in Society
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Feb 19, 2015
This guide will help you find statistical data and other information on poverty and environmental justice in support of your research assignments.
Tags: environmental issues, environmental justice, inequality, information sources, natural resource conservation, natural resources, poverty, research process, social issues, sociology
Social Work
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Apr 30, 2015
A very basic guide to help you with your social work research from choosing search tems, formulating search strategies, executing the searches in appropriate databases and choosing the best resources you identifiy on your social work research topic.
Tags: research process, social services, social work
Social Work Faculty and Graduate Student Library Guide
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Feb 6, 2015
Brief overview of services and resources available to UK faculty and graduate students.
Tags: library help, social work faculty, social work graduate students
SW 124
by Roxanna Jones - Last Updated Jan 30, 2015
Selected list of resources for Social Work 124 article assignments and other Social Work research.
Tags: public welfare, research skills, social services, social work
 
 
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