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A to Z Databases List (HU Only)
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated Aug 28, 2015
A to Z Open Access Databases
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated Aug 25, 2015
Accented Letters and Other Characters, Symbols and Special Scripts.
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
Alt key codes for accented letters and other characters, as well as symbols and special scripts. In order to use these codes, your computer keyboard must have a separate numeric keypad.
Access Services
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated Aug 19, 2015
Access to Ready Reference
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 26, 2015
This guide will give a quick approach to off campus access, how to find articles, books, ebooks, ejournals.
Accounting
by Tommy Waters - Last Updated Aug 28, 2015
African & Caribbean Literature in French
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Aug 3, 2014
Bibliography and guide to research on African and Caribbean francophone literatures,
African American Health Books in Special Collections
by Darcel Bryant - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
This guide serves as a starting point for researchers and students interested in African American health related studies.
African Studies: Celebrating 60 years of Graduate Studies
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
It has been sixty years since the African Studies Graduate Program at Howard University was initiated. Since then, hundreds have graduated. This page is a celebration. We welcome past alumni to reconnect, by chatting on our Anniversary Discussion Board.
Africana Film and Discussion Series
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
Films made in the African Diaspora, or films dealing with issues of the African diaspora will be used as a catalyst to generate discussion.
Africana Studies
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
This guide will be very general. It could include studies of all aspects of African American Life and customs.
Afro-Hispanic Literature and Culture
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
An Introduction to Humanities. From the Department of World Languages and Culture.
Alain Leroy Locke : Biobibliography
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
Published on WWW by Howard University Libraries on the occasion of National Conference on Philosophy and Race Held at Howard University, Washington, DC, September 18-20, 1998. Researched by Mohamed Mekkawi and Segun Gbadegesin.
Albert I. Cassell & The Founders Library: A Brief History
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
The history of the Founders Library and its architect, Albert I. Cassell
Allied Health Sciences Guide
by Bethany McGowan - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
A guide to assist Howard University Allied Health Sciences students and faculty navigate through library resources.
American Art from the Howard University Collection
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Jul 13, 2014
American Art from the Howard University Collection provides a unique opportunity to see the work of African American artists in the context of the work of their peers.
Anthologies of Verse, Prose & Art, by the Composition for Honors Class
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
Anthologies of verse and prose, by the the Composition for Honors Class, at Howard University, 1999-2004.
August Wilson / The Playwright
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
This Resource page is designed to support an Interdisciplinary Course on the playwright August Wilson. The course is entitled "Standing in my Grand Father's Shoes". It is Sponsored by the August Wilson Society and supported by a Mellon Grant.
August Wilson Education Project
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
Uplifting ordinary Voices to share extraordinary stories: A National Education Outreach Project for the 2014-2015 school year.
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Bibliographic Catalogs/Indexes
by bibliographic metadata - Last Updated Aug 26, 2015
Links to major online resources for research and academic studies.
Bibliography on Traditional Architecture in Africa
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Jul 3, 2014
This bibliography brings together some 1,600 citations of works dated between 1880 and 1979.
Biology
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated May 8, 2015
Locating Biology Resources at Howard University
Black Women Writers
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
This guide is prepared to support the study and teaching of Black women writers. An aspect in Dr. Shannon's class on Women in Literature. It is a work in progress.
Blacks in the Ancient Greek and Roman World
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Nov 12, 2014
An essay by Frank M. Snowden Jr, based on his book Blacks in Antiquity: Ethiopians in the Greco-Roman Experience (Harvard University Press, 1970).
Blacks in the Classical World: Snowden's 50-Year Search
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Jan 23, 2014
Harriet Jackson Scarupa. "Blacks in the Classical World: Snowden's 50-year Search." American Vision, 2, No.5 (October 1987): 20-26.
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Cardiology
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
CHEMISTRY
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated May 8, 2015
Classics
by Andrew Sulavik - Last Updated Sep 26, 2011
College of Dentistry
by Bethany McGowan, Kristen Young - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
College of Medicine - First Year
by Kristen Young - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
College of Medicine - Second Year
by Kristen Young - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
College of Medicine - Years 3-4
by Triza Crittle, Kristen Young - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Communications
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
Communications will be interdisciplinary because of the nature of the subject.
Consumer/Patient Health Information
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Course Reserves
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated Aug 26, 2015
Cybersecurity
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated May 8, 2015
A guide to resources.
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Databases by Subject A to L
by Alliah Humber, Tommy Waters - Last Updated Aug 26, 2015
Databases by Subject M to V
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated Aug 26, 2015
Dermatology
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Division of Nursing
by Kenneth Nero - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
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EBSCOHost
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated May 8, 2015
Economics
by Tommy Waters - Last Updated Aug 28, 2015
Economics is the social science that analyzes the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services
Education
by Alliah Humber, Niketha McKenzie - Last Updated May 8, 2015
A Guide to Education
Education Psychology
by Alliah Humber, Niketha McKenzie - Last Updated May 8, 2015
Emerging Markets
by Tommy Waters - Last Updated Aug 28, 2015
Encyclopedias Reference Guide
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
This is a Multidisciplinary guide of Encyclopedias and Handbooks. Primarily, it is a Reference tool, designed to help students find Background Information on any subject. In the Research process, Background Info. is an essential element.
Endocrinology
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Engineering
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated May 8, 2015
A Guide to Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Systems Engineering and Computer Engineering.
English Literature
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
Entrepreneurship
by Tommy Waters - Last Updated Aug 28, 2015
ExamMaster Training
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
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Faculty Resources
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Apr 12, 2013
This guide is to assist COM Faculty with getting to the resources at Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library.
Family Medicine
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Finance
by Tommy Waters - Last Updated Aug 28, 2015
For Faculty - Teaching Support
by Carrie Hackney - Last Updated Aug 26, 2015
French Connection / French Culture
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
Passerelle francophone pour les arts, les lettres, la société, et les sciences.
French Typographic Style, Abridged
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
Conventions for capitalized and uncapitalized words in French language text.
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Gastroenterology
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
General Surgery
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Great Migration: Resources to "The Warmth of Other Suns"
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
The Freshman English Writing Program
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Health Sciences Faculty Publications
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Aug 29, 2015
Health Sciences: The Research Process
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
Hematology Oncology
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Howard University Law Library First Year Orientation
by Rhea Ballard Thrower - Last Updated Aug 12, 2013
A guide to provide HUSL first year law students with a brief overview and introduction to our law library services.
Howard University Law Library LLM Orientation
by Rhea Ballard Thrower - Last Updated Aug 19, 2013
The purpose of this guide is to provide LLM students information about library policies and services.
HUL MAIN
by Kamili Anderson, Adia Coleman, Alliah Humber, HULS PubAffairs - Last Updated Aug 28, 2015
HUL Website Homepage
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I Have a Dream
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
The theme "I Have a Dream" will take into consideration all the dreams of Black/African people from emancipation to the present, and beyond. It will be interdisciplinary in scope, as we try to cover all aspects of the dream.
Infectious Diseases
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Jun 16, 2015
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Information Literacy
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Jul 1, 2015
This guide is based on the ACRL's five standards for Information Literacy: Need, Access, Evaluation, Use, Legal and Ethical Practice. Proficiency in these standards will develop critical thinking skills, an essential attribute for life long learning.
Internal Medicine
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
International Business Research
by Tommy Waters - Last Updated Aug 28, 2015
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Jeff Donaldson
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
Exhibition honoring Jeff Donaldson.
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Laboratory of Evolutionary Biology
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Apr 24, 2015
Since its beginnings in 1973, the Laboratory’s members and students have authored hundreds of scientific publications, making significant contributions to the knowledge of mammalian evolution.
Legal Secondary Sources
by Scott Craft - Last Updated Sep 10, 2014
Howard University Law Library
Lois Mailou Jones, 1905-1998, American Painter
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Jan 12, 2015
Selected artwork by Lois Mailou Jones, professor of Art at Howard University, 1930-1977
Lois Mailou Jones: The Passion for Art
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Jun 19, 2015
An essay and bio-bibliography prepared on the occasion of Lois Mailou Jones recognition as the 1988 "Excellence at Howard Honoree"
Louis Stokes Health Sciences Libary : Changing Spaces : New Library Designs
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
Proquest University Pre-Conference, Program III, ALA Midwinter Meeting, New Orleans, January 18, 2002
Louis Stokes, United States Congressman
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
Historical documents of the Honorable Louis Stokes relationship with Howard University, especially the creation of the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library, and images of his long career as United States Congressman from Ohio.
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Marketing Research
by Tommy Waters - Last Updated Aug 28, 2015
Mathematics
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated May 8, 2015
Military Science
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated May 8, 2015
A guide to Air Force ROTC and Army ROTC.
Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
by Kamili Anderson - Last Updated Aug 25, 2015
Moorland-Spingarn Research Center Blog
by Lopez Matthews, Kenvi Phillips - Last Updated Jun 4, 2015
This blog features documents housed in the Moorland Spingarn Research Center, one of the largest repositories of African American history in the world.
MSRC Gallery
by Kamili Anderson - Last Updated Jul 3, 2015
Multimedia Resources
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated May 8, 2015
Music @ Howard
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
Performance by faculty and students of the Department of Music, Howard University. Produced for the Web by Howard University Library System, 2007-2009.
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Nanosciences, Engineering and Technology/ Chemical Engineering
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
This guide is intended to support the study and teaching, of a broad overview on: Nanosciences, Engineering and Technology and Advanced topics in Chemical Engineering.
Neurology
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Ngugi wa Thiong'o: Something Torn and New
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
This monograph by Ngugi wa Thiong'o is the common text for the 2012/2013 Academic school year. It is a call, by the author, for an African Renaissance. The text will be an Interdisciplinary study in virtually all schools and departments on campus.
NIH Public Access Policy
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
Information and guidelines for complying with the NIH Public Access Policy
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Obstetrics & Gynecology
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Mar 15, 2013
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Of Africa
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
Of Africa is Wole Soyinke's testament to the ravage of Africa from Slavery to colonialism and neo colonialism. He laments the loss of African spirituality to the carnage of the continent and its people. He prescribes a rebirth, a rennaissance, a renewal.
Ophthalmology
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Orthopaedics
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
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Patent & Trademark Resource Center
by Adia Coleman - Last Updated Aug 25, 2015
Inspiring Advancement, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation
Pathology
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Pediatrics
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
by Kamili Anderson - Last Updated Jul 10, 2015
Philosophy
by Andrew Sulavik - Last Updated Aug 16, 2011
PHYSICS&ASTRONOMY
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated May 8, 2015
Podiatry
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Political Science
by Tommy Waters - Last Updated Aug 27, 2013
is a social science, concerned with the theory and practice of politics and the description and analysis of political systems and political behavior - From Wikipedia
Primary Resources for Research into Graduate Work
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 27, 2015
This list is partial. It serves to give an idea of what is available and what is possible to locate on the web. The page will be updated as time permits.
Project MUSE
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated May 8, 2015
Proquest
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated May 8, 2015
Proud Continuum: Eight Decades of Art at Howard University , 2005
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Jul 13, 2014
The largest alumni art exhibition in the University’s history.
Psychiatry
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
Psychology
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated May 8, 2015
Pulmonary Diseases
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
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Reading Call Numbers
by Adia Coleman - Last Updated Aug 26, 2015
Learn how to read Library of Congress call numbers so you can browse the shelves and find the resource you want...and more!
Real Estate
by Tommy Waters - Last Updated Aug 28, 2015
Reference Services
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 26, 2015
RefWorks
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Feb 28, 2013
Research Seminar into Parasitism
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
This guide a resource page designed to support the study and teaching of the course entitled Research Seminar into Parasitism.
Residents' Resource Guide
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Mar 15, 2013
This guide is brought to you by the Louis Stokes Health Sciences Library
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Sage Education Journal Collection
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated Feb 21, 2014
Scholarship@Howard
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Aug 29, 2015
Howard University Faculty Publications Database, 1995-
School of Business Library
by Kamili Anderson, Tommy Waters - Last Updated Aug 28, 2015
School of Social Work Library
by Kamili Anderson - Last Updated Aug 26, 2015
Science Direct
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated May 8, 2015
SOAD Library Support
by Alliah Humber - Last Updated Nov 12, 2014
Social Sciences and Multidisciplinary Resources for Legal Research
by Scott Craft - Last Updated Mar 6, 2014
Howard University Law Library
Social Work Library
by Kamili Anderson - Last Updated Jul 10, 2015
This guide describes the Social Work Library core resources and services.
Sterling A. Brown: A Literary Tribute
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
The Founders Library at Howard University designated a Literary Landmark in tribute to the life and writings of Sterling A. Brown.
Survival Instincts
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated Mar 21, 2013
This guide is presented for the Core Lecture series as an aid to your Research component.
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Teaching Africa in the Classroom: Summer Institute for teachers at Howard University
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
Teachers from the Metropolitan areas will come to Howard University. They will be hosted by the African Studies Department. They will spend one week at an institute on "Teaching Africa in the classrooms"
The African Diaspora
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
This page is designed to support two courses on The African Diaspora. One course is historical and the other literary. It will therefore be a Interdisciplinary guide.
The Education of Black People by W.E.B DuBois
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
This guide supports the study and teaching of DuBois's Education of Black People: Ten Critiques, 1906 - 1960.
The Undergraduate Library Inauguration, 1983
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Jan 22, 2014
Undergraduate Library Inauguration / Presentation speech by Professor William Augustus Banner, 1983
Things fall Apart
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
It is a story of Okonkwo an Ibo farmer and tribal hero; his encounter with Colonialism and his tragic response to it. Achebe uses the individual to represent Africa in its totality. It's an allegory unmasking the destruction of Africa and its cultures.
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Venture Capital
by Tommy Waters - Last Updated Aug 28, 2015
Verses, Prose and Art by the Honors Composition Class Students
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Jan 28, 2015
Creative works by the Honors Composition Class Students, with Professors E.R. Braithwaite and Daiyyah A. Abdullah. Published online by Howard University Library System, 2000-2004.
Virtual Bookshelf
by Triza Crittle - Last Updated May 9, 2013
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Warren Elliot Henry
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Jan 22, 2014
Professor Warren Elliot Henry was the 1997 "Excellence at Howard" honoree. This bio-bibliographic essay was especially written for this occasion.
Web 2.0 rubrics
by Kamili Anderson - Last Updated May 8, 2015
William Augustus Banner: Philosophy and the Household of Reason
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Aug 3, 2014
Professor William A. Banner was the 1999 "Excellence at Howard" honoree. This essay was especially written for this occasion.
Women's Health Resources
by Kamili Anderson - Last Updated Jul 10, 2015
Resources on Women’s Health and Sex/Gender Differences in Health and Behavior
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The Ground on Which I Stand: August Wilson's Manifesto
by Celia Daniel - Last Updated Aug 24, 2015
A look into the idea of a "manifesto" spicifically August Wilson's manifesto.
“Black” British Aesthetics Today
by Mohamed Mekkawi - Last Updated Sep 25, 2014
“Black” British Aesthetics Today: The Howard University Symposium, 2006

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