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Sustainable Development - General information
SDE100 Sustainable Development - Books in the Library to help with an introduction to sustainable development and resources and videos on this topic and this class.
English - General information, resources, citation help
ENG207 American Indian Literature - Books in the Library related to this class and the study of American Indian literaure
Introducing Social Studies with Comics and Graphic Novels - A look at some of the Library's materials that offer a unique look at social studies as told through imagery
EDU305 Methods for Social Studies - A guide for teaching social studies through various Library materials and online resources, including the DPI, common core, and more
LAN Menominee Language - Filled with resources for the study of Menominee and other Indigenous languages, including a look into the materials in the Library, online resources, and some historical information
HIS123 The Treaty Era - Library materials and online resources all focused on treaties with the US government and the Menominee as well as with other Indigenous Tribes.
HUM100 Introduction to Humanities - A guide for those looking into the Humanities, why it's important, some online resources, and Library materials available. A great resource for this introductory course.
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