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HHUM 206: Honors Humanities Keystone Project

This guide will assist you in locating resources for HHUM 206: Honors Humanities Keystone Project

HHUM 206: Honors Humanities Keystone Project

Researching arts and humanities subjects involves both secondary works (books, journal articles, and other kinds of publications written by scholars) and primary sources, the all-important raw materials of scholarly research, which can take many different forms, both published (for example, newspapers, laws, cartoons, pamphlets) and unpublished (for example, letters, diaries, minutes of meetings). Primary sources can even be structures or material objects.  This guide introduces some of the many resources the UMD Libraries have to help you with your research in both secondary and primary sources.

Remember that you can contact your subject librarian or the Libraries' Ask Us service for further assistance. 

The Basics

Quick links to library resources and services in McKeldin Library:

Media production resources and services: AV equipment loans and resources: 
*Borrow video cameras, microphones, podcast recording equipment, tripods, lights, and more.

Quick links to online library resources and services: