Friendship (pixabay.com); Women running (pxhere.com); Women preparing food (Wikimedia Commons)
The library building might be closed but our resources and services are still available to you, wherever you are, as you take your classes online. For more information, consult our guide on:
This guide is designed to help you find the best resources for your final project which includes a visual presentation, an analytical paper, and an annotated bibliography. Using the different tabs at the top, you should learn how and where to find books, documentaries, popular articles, as well as scholarly sources. The trick is to find sources with a feminist perspective on your topic. Remember that you should "provide a comprehensive analysis of your chosen topic through the lens of the concepts and frameworks learned and discussed during the term".
Use the TABS above to find books, scholarly articles, documentaries, images, and more....