Library Guide for SF State Latina/o Studies Students, Faculty and Staff.
Last Updated: Apr 4, 2013
- Google Scholar
Use Google Scholar to search the web for scholarly articles, books and websites.
- Set Google Scholar Preferences to Link to Library Resources
Instructions to set up Google Scholar to link to library resources if you are not accessing Google Scholar through the library's website. So if an article isn't full text on the free web--you can quickly check the library
- LIBX at JPLL
A Firefox extension that adds SF state library searching functionality to your web browse enhancing linking between library resources and web resources like Google scholar, Amazon.com and WorldCat
A few free web tools that might help you organize your info:
Web bookmarks/favorite available from any browser. A great way to organize and share useful web information
- Google RSS Reader
Real simple syndication (RSS) is a relatively easy way to skim and view new updated content on multiple favorite websites
a tool to organize and skim multiple blogs and RSS feeds
A tool discover, organize and share web
A Firefox extension to help collect, manage, and cite research sources.
Special thanks to librarian Ann Shadwick, recently retired after 42 years of service to SF State and the College of Ethnic Studies.
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Alternatives to Microsoft Office:
- NeoOffice-Open Office for MAC
An open source MAC alternative to Microsoft Office. Download it and use it to create presentations, word documents and spreadsheets.
- Open Office for PC
An open source PC alternative to Microsoft Office. Download it and use it to create presentations, word documents and spreadsheets.
- Google Documents
Create, edit and share word processing and spreadsheet documents, all in your web browser.