Native Studies Resource Package (on-line version)
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NATIVE STUDIES RESOURCE PACKAGE (ONLINE VERSION)
|Style Guide for Native Studies (Condensed Version)||All Courses||This condensed
style guide contains examples of Bibliographic and Footnote References.
It also contains suggestions on how to format the references.
One should also consult The Chicago Manual of Style for more information.
|Handed out in class and available on-line.||Adobe Acrobat (.pdf)|
|Essay Requirements and Resources for Native Studies||NATI1005E||This is a
handout developed for all classes. This includes information on essay writing
Handed out in class and available on-line.
|Adobe Acrobat (.pdf)|
|Internet Resources for Native Studies||All Courses||This is an electronic copy of the Internet Resources section of the Native Studies site.||Available on-line only.||Adobe Acrobat (.pdf)|
|How to Have a Successful Year in Native Studies||All Courses||This is a list of suggestions noting key elements in Native Studies courses.||Available on-line only.||Adobe Acrobat (.pdf)|
|NATI1005E||This is an example layout for the first term essay in the first year class.||Available on-line only.||Adobe Acrobat (.pdf)|
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