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Michigan State University

AFRE 206: World Food, Population & Poverty: Home

Fall 2021

Changes are coming!

Fall 2021 reunites many of us on campus. The MSU Libraries follows the mandates for social distancing and mask-wearing set by the University. The Library homepage will provide guidance for library hours, entry and policies. If you have concerns or need something you can't find, you can email me or, for quicker service, use the Ask a Librarian options. This semester the Libraries will be updating our search interface for all materials. We hope the change will make locating items easier and faster. If you need assistance, please contact us.

Citation Search

Citation searching

  • If you have a citation to an article, the easiest way to locate the article is to look up the title of the article using SearchPlus. You may want to enclose the title in quotes [" "], aand possibly include the title of the journal also.
    • Example: Gary Stix, “Darwin’s Living Legacy,” Scientific American, January 2009, pg. 38-43.
  • Another way to locate the article is to look up the title of the journal in the catalog
    • Identify whether we own the journal and the format, print or electronic. 
    • If in electronic format, do we have that year/volume? If yes, you can click on the link provided to go directly to the online articles and find the one you need. 
    • Example: Janet Browne, “Commemorating Darwin,” The British Journal for the History of Science, Vol. 38, No. 3 (Sep. 2005), pg. 251-274.
    • If it is not online, do we have it in print?  If so, identify the call number and go to the stacks to find the proper volume and issue.  If we do not own the journal or issue, you can request the article through Interlibrary Services.

Article Databases

Economics

Agriculture & Business

Sociology & General

AFRE Dissertations and Theses

Reviewing the literature reviews and research methodology sections of dissertations and theses can be useful when starting a research project, as well as when conducting a comprehensive literature review.

Agriculture & AFRE Librarian

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Suzanne Teghtmeyer
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Main Library
366 W. Circle Dr.
East Lansing, MI 48824
517-884-0894
teghtmey@msu.edu

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