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  • Theatre and drama | Oviatt Library
    set on the third floor PN 1579 S45 Banham Martin Cambridge Guide to World Theatre Cambridge University Press 1988 Reference Room PN 2035 C27 1988 Salem James M Drury s Guide to Best Plays Scarecrow Press 1987 1 500 synopses of plays Entries include author title date of first production publisher royalty fees number acts sets and actors Reference Room PN 1655 D8 1987 Packard William Facts on File Dictionary of the Theatre 1988 Over 5 000 definitions and biographical sketches Includes playwrights and performers Reference Room PN 2035 F27 1988 Hawkens Dady Mark International Dictionary of Theatre 1992 Three volume set including plays playwrights actors directors and designers Reference Room PN 1625 I58 1992 Hochman Stanley McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of World Drama an International Reference Work 1984 five volumes Reference Room PN 1625 M3 1984 Hartnoll Phyllis The Concise Oxford Companion to the Theatre 1992 Reference Room PN 2035 C63 1992 Kennedy Dennis The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance 2003 two volumes Reference Room PN 2035 O94 2003 Monologues and scenes The Playwrights Center monologues for women 2005 3rd Floor PN 2080 P6215 2005 The Playwrights Center monologues for women 2005 3rd Floor PN 2080 P62 2005 Both sides of the story 100 all new original audition monologues 2004 3rd Floor PN 2080 M454 2004 Fifty professional scenes for student actors 1997 3rd Floor PN 2080 K58 1997 Guide to Library of Congress call numbers Note when searching by subject heading use Theater not Theatre Also some books may be in the Folio Oversize section near the East Wing Musical Theatre in the Music Media section on the 2nd floor MT 955 MT 956 Drama General all non musical drama theatre books are on the 3rd floor PN 1600 PN 3307 Drama General Collections PN 6110 5 PN

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  • Theatre and Drama Resources at the Oviatt Library | Oviatt Library
    plays playwrights actors directors and designers Learning Commons PN 1625 I58 1992 Hochman Stanley McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of World Drama an International Reference Work 1984 five volumes Learning Commons PN 1625 M3 1984 Hartnoll Phyllis The Concise Oxford Companion to the Theatre 1992 Learning Commons PN 2035 C63 1992 Also available as an ebook in newer editions Kennedy Dennis The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance 2003 two volumes Learning Commons PN 2035 O94 2003 Also available as an ebook in newer editions Monologues and Scenes The Playwrights Center monologues for women 2005 4th Floor PN 2080 P6215 2005 The Playwrights Center monologues for women 2005 4th Floor PN 2080 P62 2005 Both sides of the story 100 all new original audition monologues 2004 4th Floor PN 2080 M454 2004 Fifty professional scenes for student actors 1997 4th Floor PN 2080 K58 1997 Guide to Library of Congress call numbers Note when searching by subject heading use Theater not Theatre Also some books may be in the Folio Oversize section near the East Wing Musical Theatre in the Music Media section on the 2nd floor MT 955 MT 956 Drama General all non musical drama theatre books are on the 4th floor PN 1600 PN 3307 Drama General Collections PN 6110 5 PN 6120 French Drama PQ 500 PQ 591 French Drama Collections PQ 1211 PQ 1241 Italian Drama PQ 4133 PQ 4160 Spanish Drama PQ 6098 7 PQ 6129 English Drama PR 621 PR 739 English Drama Collections PR 1241 PR 1273 American Drama PS 330 PS 352 American Drama Collections PS 623 PS 635 German Drama PT 605 PT 709 German Drama Collections PT 1251 PT 1299 Web Resources Free Sites McCarter Theatre study guides Guides to plays performed at Princeton s McCarter Theatre Librarians Index to the

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  • Transportation Statistics and Research: US National | Oviatt Library
    a Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists Transportation Statistics and Research US National US National California Los Angeles Area Statistics Transportation statistics from the Census Bureau in the 2012 Statistical Abstract TranStats from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics US Department of Transportation North American Transportation Statistics including Canada Mexico and the US Research Reports National Transportation Library Bureau of Transportation Statistics US DOT Safety Studies National Transportation Safety Board Transportation Research International Documentation Aviation railroad highway pedestrian bicycle and marine transit world wide Current Issues United States Department of Transportation Research and Innovative Technology Administration Transportation Security Administration US Department of Homeland Security National Transportation Safety Board House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure US Congress Senate Committee on Commerce Science and Transportation US Congress Means of Transportation Motor Vehicles Federal Highway Administration National Traffic and Road Closure Information Traffic Safety includes information on impaired driving pedestrians young drivers motorcycles occupant protection and other topics Safercar gov has information on crash tests recalls etc Fuel Economy Site US Environmental Protection Agency National Highway Traffic Safety Administration motor vehicle recalls crash data etc Aviation Federal Aviation Administration Railway Federal Railroad Administration Water Transportation Marine Administration Del Williams Acquisitions Librarian Contact Information delphia williams

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  • U.S. Congressional Serial Set: Overview | Oviatt Library
    Planning Library History and Facts Building and Floor Maps Policies WASC Information Ask a Librarian Live Chat 24 7 Text a Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists U S Congressional Serial Set Overview Overview Access Examples The U S Congressional Serial Set is a collection of thousands of United States federal legislative and executive agency publications which includes Numbered reports and documents from the House of Representatives and the Senate Does not include Congressional debates bills etc Only about 300 committee hearings are included mostly from the 19th and early 20th centuries Presidential messages and documents sent to Congress does not include executive orders Executive branch publications that were sent to Congress and assigned a document number Treaty documents Maps which accompanied any of the above An Overview of the U S Congressional Serial Set provides a detailed explanation of the types of documents reports included in the Serial Set and for which years each is included Del Williams Acquisitions Librarian Contact Information delphia williams csun edu Related Guides Subject Guides Elections Voting History Finding Newspapers History Research Guide San Fernando Valley Statistics and Facts Special Collections Archives U S History in Digital Government Documents Course Guides History 301 History of

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  • U.S. History in Digital Government Documents | Oviatt Library
    The Oviatt Library also has the Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents in hardcopy format 1965 present Registry of U S Government Publication Digitization Projects Registry of U S Government Publication Digitization Projects maintained by the U S Government Printing Office lists digitization projects usually done by libraries government agencies museums and other non profit institutions that include U S Government publications Browsing is by topic category or alphabetically by title either provides an overview of the types of digital projects involved an impressive and ever expanding list covering a wide variety of subjects Several of the more useful projects for history students include Foreign Relations of the United States series 1861 the official historical record of major U S foreign policy decisions and diplomatic activity for which the documents have been declassified and edited for publication This University of Wisconsin digital project includes all years of the series that have been published The State Department also has the most recently released volumes of Foreign Relations of the United States available on its website Public Papers of the President of the United States University of Michigan It includes volumes covering 1929 2000 the administrations of Presidents Hoover Roosevelt Truman Eisenhower Kennedy Johnson Nixon Ford Carter Reagan Bush and Clinton Note the Public Papers of the President from FDsys includes more recent volumes of this series Each Public Papers volume contains the papers and speeches of the President of the United States that were issued by the Office of the Press Secretary during the specified time period The material is presented in chronological order and the dates shown in the headings are the dates of the documents or events The Oviatt Library also has the Public Papers in hardcopy format 1929 present Children s Bureau Historical Publications 1912 1969 Maternal and Child Health Library Georgetown University Historical publications of the United States Commission on Civil Rights Thurgood Marshall Law Library University of Maryland Law School Historic Government Publications from World War II Publications distributed through the Federal Depository Library Program FDLP from 1939 to 1945 Covers all facets of the war from military campaigns abroad to activities along the home front Publications of the Women s Bureau The publications digitized for FRASER the Federal Reserve Archival System for Economic Research which pertain to women s role in the economy Federal Agency Digital Publication Projects Some federal agencies are digitizing a number of their older publications to provide easier access A few examples of such online collections are U S Census Bureau has a Census Bureau Publications page offering among others Statistical Abstract of the United States published annually 1878 2012 Note due to federal government budget cuts the U S Census Bureau ceased compilation of the Statistical Abstract with the 2012 edition The link to Statistical Abstract Earlier Editions also leads to the compilation entitled Historical Statistics of the United States Colonial Times to 1970 This Bicentennial edition was published by the Census Bureau The more recent Historical Statistics of the United

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  • U.S. Law Research guide: Overview | Oviatt Library
    Collections Archives Digital Collections Teacher Curriculum Center Government Documents Reserves Periodicals and Microform Reference About Mission Vision and Values Visitor Information Personnel Departments Strategic Planning Library History and Facts Building and Floor Maps Policies WASC Information Ask a Librarian Live Chat 24 7 Text a Librarian Reference Desk Subject Specialists U S Law Research guide Overview Overview Constitution Legislative Law Judicial Law Administrative Law Other Resources This Web page provides an introduction and finding guide to the major print resources on United States law available in the Oviatt Library Selected Internet sites are also included Note California State University Northridge students and faculty can access some of this information via a subscription database called LexisNexis Academic http library csun edu restricted lexis scr Based on a handout by Helen Bennett Del Williams Acquisitions Librarian Contact Information delphia williams csun edu Related Guides Subject Guides Administrative Law California Law Research California Legal Research Federal Tax Law Research Guide Finding Legal Research Resources Government Information on Crime and Justice Research Guide Business Law Course Guides MUS 580 Music Industry Developments Digital Collections Pins Cited at the Oviatt Exploring Research Topics Peek in the Stacks African American LGBTQ Periodicals Brad Pye Jr Los

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  • Urban Studies and Planning Course Guide: Overview | Oviatt Library
    Miles Shapiro 1994 Poco by Garry and Vesta Smith illustrated by Fred Crump 1975 Voices in Black White writings on race in America from H 1993 Wild Cards Some databases allow for wild cards to be embedded within a word to replace a single character For instance in InfoTrac you can also use the question mark within a word to replace a character For example wom n will retrieve woman or women Truncation Most databases allow for a symbol to be used at the end of a word to retrieve variant endings of that word This is known as truncation Using truncation will broaden your search For example bank will retrieve bank or banks or banking or banker or bankruptcy etc Databases and Internet search engines use different symbols to truncate In general most of the Library s databases use the asterisk however the exclamation point is used in LexisNexis Check the database help screen to find the correct truncation symbol Be careful using truncation Truncating after too few letters will retrieve terms that are not relevant For example cat will also retrieve cataclysm catacomb catalepsy catalog etc It s best to use the boolean operator or in these instances cat or cats CSUN Policy on Plagiarism The following sections are excerpted from the California State University Northridge Undergraduate Graduate Catalog 2014 2015 Policies accessed August 26 2014 Cheating or plagiarism in connection with an academic Program at a CSU campus is listed in Section 41301 Title 5 California Code of Regulations as an offense for which a student may be expelled suspended or given a less severe disciplinary sanction Plagiarism Intentionally or knowingly representing the words ideas or work of another as one s own in any academic exercise Comments Direct Quotation Every direct quotation must be identified by quotation marks by appropriate indentation or by other means of identification and must be promptly cited in a footnote Proper footnote style for any academic department is outlined by the MLA Style Sheet or K L Turabian s A Manual for Writers of Term Papers Theses and Dissertations These and similar publications are available in the Matador Bookstore and at the reference desk of the Oviatt Library See also Citing Your Sources Style Guides Paraphrase Prompt acknowledgment is required when material from another source is paraphrased or summarized in whole or in part in your own words To acknowledge a paraphrase properly one might state to paraphrase Locke s comment and conclude with a footnote identifying the exact reference A footnote acknowledging only a directly quoted statement does not suffice to notify the reader of any preceding or succeeding paraphrased material Borrowed Facts or Information Information obtained in one s reading or research that is not common knowledge among students in the course must be acknowledged Examples of common knowledge might include the names of leaders of prominent nations basic scientific laws etc Materials that contribute only to one s general understanding of the subject may be acknowledged in the

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  • Using Census Information for Business Industry Research | Oviatt Library
    more than 100 economic surveys covering annual quarterly and monthly time periods for various sectors of the economy These surveys measure a wide variety of economic activities from capital expenditures for food manufacturing companies to annual auto dealership sales Overview of Economic Statistical Programs This page allows you to access information by the type of program Programs such as construction retail governments and foreign trade are included here American FactFinder American FactFinder information is updated annually However the Economic Census information is still only updated every five years The Census Bureau created a guide entitled Using the New American Factfinder Finding Economic Data on AFF to help researchers look for information Use the Full list of Econonmic Topics in AmericanFactFinder to access your topic County Business Patterns This page will give you access to local economic information such as number of establishments annual payroll and employment levels You can also search by using the table on this page to find information by ZIP code city county and state Economic Indicators This website lets you search for data by indicator You can view information as a PDF or EXCEL document and you can also search the database for information Use the handy calendar on the page to see when the data was released California Economic Information Economic Forecasts Find current forecasts for the U S and California Brief History of the California Economy Find a general historical overview here Chronology of Significant Events Find significant events that have influenced the economy from 1956 to present Califo rnia Economic Indicators Find both historical and current economic trends for California here The information is available in PDF or EXCEL format California Statistical Abstract Find a compilation of economic information for California here Some of the information included hourly wages number of employees and

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