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What is Geography
Geography is the study of the relationship of how people move, change and occupy the spaces, and locations within the environment, and examines the similarities or differences between them.
Critical Thinking Skills
Here are the first 5 steps down the path to knowledge
- First step: admitting you don’t know everything.
- Second: wanting to know more.
- Third step: learning how to search for information.
- Fourth step: learning what’s available.
- Fifth step: determining what’s relevant and what’s not.
A search engine for most of the Syracuse University Libraries’ collections and other resources beyond the SU Libraries. Includes articles, books, journals, maps, sound recordings, archival materials, government documents, and more. Use for searching for articles. Narrow or expand results using multiple search refinements.
A list of print and electronic materials available in the Syracuse University Libraries. Includes books, journals, maps, sound recordings, archival materials, government documents, and more. Search by keyword, author, title, subject heading, or call number.
A list of print and electronic journals, magazines, and newspapers available through the Syracuse University Libraries. Search or browse by title, ISSN, or subject category.
A list of databases available through the Syracuse University Libraries. Includes databases containing articles, images, data, and videos. Search for a database by title, subject area, or content type.
Where to find more information
Professional societies and organizations
Tropical rainforest, Puerto Rico
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