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LCIS 201: Surveillance in Modern America: Getting Started

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Finding Your Topic

Use Credo to help define your topic and then use the links on topic pages to discover more in-depth information in books and journals, find thousands of art images and connect your ideas using concept mapping.

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Children's Lit. & Social Work Librarian

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Stacy Collins
Stacy is the Librarian for the Children's Literature and Social Work programs and the Simmons Library Curriculum & Research Coordinator. She can help with your research or library-related questions⁠—weird and silly questions especially welcome!

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