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Ramona Islam
Liaison to Celtic Studies and Folklore & Mythology
Widener Library
(617) 384-5848
Research Instruction:
In Lamont B-30, guest instructor Ramona Islam will teach library e-research basics and how to create an annotated bibliography from 6:30–8 p.m. on:
  • Tuesday, June 30th, 2015
  • Thursday, July 9th, 2015

Ramona not available? Try LibAnswers!

 

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Finding Your Way in the Harvard Library

The libraries where you will find the most materials for this course are:

 Widener Library Lamont Library

Widener Library

Lamont Library

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It is important to have a Harvard PIN (Personal Identification Number) in order to use the library and its resources. This is different from a DCE PIN, which begins with @. The Harvard PIN does not begin with @.

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