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Library books, databases, and other resources for Technical Communications students.
Last Updated: Mar 14, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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This guide was created for students in Technical Communications, whether you are working on an RFP for recruitment and retention, or for the topic on college health and wellness.  Find articles, books, journals, and websites that will  make research easier.


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    • Academic Search Premier
      Comprehensive, interdisciplinary database covering a variety of subjects. A great place to start for peer-reviewed research.
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