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This guide is designed for students enrolled in The History of Animation and walks you through the use of library resources for your Final Paper/Thesis Paper. Through the library you can find many relevant books, articles, films, and videos that will help you defend your thesis statement.
Additionally, this guide provides links to animation related resources that are helpful for this class and other animation courses.
Your required textbooks are available in the library. The books are on reserve at the 1st floor desk which means that you can use them in the library, but you cannot check them out. This ensures that all students in the class can use the book during the semester. There are quick scanners available on the 1st floor near the service desk if you need to make a scanned copy of the week's reading and email it to yourself.