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IAFS 4930 International Affairs Internship: Home

How to Use This Guide

Welcome International Affairs Internship students! This guide will help you find sources, evaluate sources, conduct qualitative research and use proper citation for your final paper. This culminating paper will help you connect your internship experience to your study of international affairs. We're here to help you test the skills you will need not only for this project, but for your entire academic and professional careers!

Quick Start

To quickly start your research follow these steps to get to a focused search. From the University Libraries home page click one the "research" tab on the top left side of the page (1). Then, on the right side click "Find Articles and Databases" (2). Finally, click on the picture that says "Society, Politics, Environment" (3). This will bring you to a Database called Academic Search Premier and you can begin your searching. For more help check out the "Find" tab on this guide or a librarian will be happy to help you. 

Summer 2023: Major System Updates

You'll notice some changes as we work.
  • New Library Catalog: try it out and tell us what you think
  • Prospector will be unavailable from May 19 through Spring 2024. 

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