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NUR 4140 - Global Health - Service Learning in Tanzania: Books, eBooks & More

A guide of librarian-recommended resources to help you find credible sources for your community analysis paper.

Course numbers: NUR 4140, NUR 6114, NUR 7114, RST Africa and UH 4000-5

Course Faculty: Rosemary Eustace, Ph.D., PHCNS-BC, RN

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Tip - Books, Encyclopedias, Videos, & More

For an overview or background information on various aspects of life in Tanzania, the online encyclopedias linked in this center column are a good place to start.  For books, book chapters, government documents, and videos about Tanzania, try the "catalog search" links below.  If you need to narrow down your results, you might try adding keywords to your search (for example, history).

The catalog allows you to limit your results to "online resources", if desired.

Having trouble?  Ask for help using one of the options at right.

Online Subject Encyclopedias-Good for Background Information

These are collections of subject specific online encyclopedias.  Unlike World Book, Britannica, or Wikipedia, they usually cover subjects based on their relevance to a very specific concept or frame of reference rather than trying to address the topic broadly over multiple areas of interest.  For instance, all the entries in the Encyclopedia of World Poverty (2006) would be written to address some aspect of poverty or socioecomomic status, rather than trying to address the topics in very broad and sometimes unrelated ways.

Subject encyclopedias are scholarly sources.

Cities: eBooks-Good for Background Information

Countries: eBooks-Good for Background Information

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