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Collaboration using LibGuides in a Social Studies Methods Class. Larissa Garcia Assistant Professor, University Library & Dr. Charles Tocci Assistant Professor of Secondary Education National Louis University Chicago, IL. Outline. Overview of Collaboration A Faculty P erspective
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Larissa GarciaAssistant Professor, University Library
Dr. Charles TocciAssistant Professor of Secondary Education
National Louis University
*library sessions conducted by Marisa Walstrum, Instructor, Chicago Campus Library
Take 5 minutes and jot down the potential entry points you can pursue in your college.
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