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African American Studies Research Guide

Resources for researching African American culture and history at the Emory Libraries.

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Research Consultations

Schedule a virtual in-depth research consultation with us! Please provide a brief description of your research topic and a list of sources consulted.

  • Schedule a consultation with Erica Bruchko via the Libcal booking system.

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Virtual Demo Session

How do I make a document delivery request? How do I find e-only materials in discoverE? Now that I can't visit the archives, how do I find primary sources? As students transition to online instruction they may have questions about virtual access. If you would like us to meet with your class virtually or prepare a series of how-to videos to address these questions, please contact Erica Bruchko,

Canvas Librarians

Did you know that you can add Erica to your canvas courseLibrarians can add content, comment on student submissions, and message the class or individual students. To add a librarian: use the "People" tab in the sidebar 

Course Guides

Are you teaching a research/writing intensive class? If so, we would be happy to create an online research guide tailored to your course content. Please send us your course syllabi and assignment handouts so that we can provide customized content/resources. If you would like us to create a guide for your class, please contact Erica Bruchko.

Online Teaching and Copyright

Did you know that copyright guidelines differ for in-person and remote instruction? The Emory Libraries Scholarly Communications Office has created a site to help address any and all questions you may have about copyright and moving from in-person to online instruction.