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International Programs: Introduction

While not tied to a specific degree program or course of study, this guide provides resources relevant to the studies of continents and specific regions of the world.

Key Books

About this guide...

What is the International Programs LibGuide?

 

While not tied to a specific degree program or course of study, this guide provides resources relevant to the studies of continents and specific regions of the world.  Books, websites, government information and other materials are provided in a cross-disciplinary context to support a broad base of international travel and study abroad programs.

How to use this LibGuide

 

Clicking on the materials provided throughout this guide will take you to the library catalog where more information on the item can be found such as its call number, availability, and summary of topic(s).

Key Databases

Find information about international issues and topics using UNT Library databases
  1. Go to UNT Library’s home page: http://www.library.unt.edu/
  2. Click Databases tab
  3. Choose Find Databases by Subject: International Studies

Key Databases

Websites

Guide Author

The author of this guide is Coby Condrey. Please contact him if you encounter a problem, want research assistance, or wish to recommend a resource related to this guide.

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Help: Off Campus Access

Some resources on this guide require the user to be affiliated with UNT. When an off campus user tries to access licensed resources, the user will be redirected to a log in page asking for a UNT EUID and password.

If problems getting access persist, try logging in to the UNT virtual private network.

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