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Syracuse University Libraries

FYS 101: Welcome!

This LibGuide is designed to support new students to SU.

Welcome!

Welcome to Syracuse University and to FYS 101! We at the Libraries seek to offer a wide variety of resources and services that can support you throughout your time here at Syracuse University. This guide will provide information on the resources Syracuse University offers, information about the Syracuse University Libraries services, and various resources on topics that will be covered in the course.

 

This guide is broken up into three components: Course Topics, SU Resources, and Library Resources, . To navigate to specific course topic pages, use the pulldown arrow feature in the Course Topics tab. 

 

In an effort at full disclosure, it should be noted that the collaborators on this guide occupy some of the oppressed identities outlined here, but not all of them. We have attempted to bring together quality, relevant resources for the anti-oppression issues in this guide, but we are not immune from the limits and hidden biases of our own privileges and perspectives as allies. We welcome and greatly appreciate any feedback and suggestions for the guide.

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Brie Baumert
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My name is Brie Baumert and I am an information literacy scholar at SU. I am passionate about meaningful white allyship and racial equity in my work as a future librarian. I seek to support the SU community!