The LibGuide serves as a starting point when doing research for your FYS assignment(s). It is intended to identify some of the resources and services available in the Smith Library Center. The TABS at the top of the page will help you navigate between the various sections. All the resources listed on this guide, and many more, can be found on the library homepage.
USA Network has signed for another dozen years as home to the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show (roughly 84 years from the dog's perspective).
"Stump, the Sussex Spaniel, won Best of Show Westminster" -- Madison Square Garden -- 2009
The event will be broadcast on Fox Sports 1 and Nat Geo Wild as part of a 10-year deal.
A comic look at dog show participants (and the pooches who love them). -- WorldCat
Scooter loves to catch frisbees and golf balls. My friend, John Bigley, has a blog about anything and everything dog.
The library has subscriptions to databases containing scholarly (academic) articles in many subject areas. Databases featured in this box are particularly useful for
Sometimes, you'll see links to relevant articles but hit a "pay wall" asking you to buy those articles. Don't do this! The Library can get you access to these articles for free, either through our database subscriptions or through Get It! (interlibrary loan). It's best to go directly to the library's databases when you know you want to find something scholarly. Or ask a librarian for help.
While the library provides many reliable resources for finding information on topics discussed in Going to the Dogs, there are several websites your professors and librarians have determined are reliable and informative.
The library has a number of documentaries and feature films that focus on Dogs. Search the WorldCat Local for Dogs, then limit your search results to DVD format in the left-hand column, to find more.