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HNRS 1500: Introduction to Research: An Interdisciplinary Perspective: Introduction

Welcome to the Class Page for HNRS 1500

This course guide is for Honors 1500 (Introduction to Research: An Interdisciplinary Perspective); however, it has basic research steps and tools that are useful for any research you do. If you find you need more help, use the Ask Us services. Library Research Assistance staff members can be reached in person and by phone and email. You may also contact your subject librarian. For more information please check the Overview of the UNT Libraries Services.

Who is My Librarian?

The Honors College subject librarian is Jenn Stayton.

Subject librarians work in partnership with one or more academic departments, schools or colleges to enhance the Libraries’ collections and increase faculty and student access to library resources in all formats through reference, teaching and technology. 

Subject librarians are here for you! To find out who your subject librarian is, please visit the Subject Librarians page.

You can also start your research on your own by using one of our Subject Guides for the area of your major!

Library Services for Students

The UNT Libraries offer a variety of service for our students:

Citation & Style Manuals

American Psychological Association. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition (2009, 2nd printing). Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association.

Modern Language Association. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7th ed. New York: Modern Language Association, 2009.

University of Chicago Press. 2010. The Chicago Manual of Style: The Essential Guide for Writers, Editors, and Publishers, 16th ed. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

These style manuals are also available at the Willis Library Services Desk. Brief online guides are also available for APA, MLA and Chicago via the UNT Libraries website and may answer many of your citation questions (for complex citations, please refer to the print manual).

NOTE: The UNT Writing Lab offers free tutoring to all UNT students, in all disciplines, and at all stages of their academic careers. Tutoring is available in person or online. The UNT Writing Lab website also includes a number of helpful pages on grammar, punctuation, technical writing, citations, etc. More information about tutoring from the Writing Center and Learning Center is on our Tutoring page. 


Subject Guide

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Jenn Stayton
Willis Library Services Desk

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