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AIS 101: Adult Learning  

A brief guide to library resources for students in AIS 101: Theories and Principles of Adult Learning at the University of South Alabama.
Last Updated: Aug 29, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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About this Guide

This guide was created as a supplement to in-class instruction for Dr. Lauderdale's AIS 101 class during the fall of 2010.


Getting Started

These reference sources may help you find good information for this class. This guide is by no means comprehensive; rather, it is intended to serve as a starting point for your research and assignments. For further assistance, see the Help & More tab to contact a librarian.

Useful Resources

  • Understanding Assignments
    Great handout from the Writing Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill about the essential first step of any research project - understanding the assignment.
  • Subject Guides
    These guides, compiled by USA librarians, can help you identify key print and electronic sources in your disciplines.
  • Assignment Calculator
    This online tool developed by the University of Minnesota can help you plan your research paper. Don't procrastinate!


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