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Prof. Mifsud's History and Humanities Courses: Mifsud History and Humanities

Welcome! In this Libguide you'll learn the basics of accessing the online library and conducting scholarly research.


Welcome to the Library Resource Page!



Hi there! My name is Emilie Buckley and I'll be your librarian for this course. While I typically work at the Lake Nona Campus, this semester I look forward to meeting with students online and finding new ways to collaborate.

A little about me: I was raised by a history professor and enjoy trivia and sharing obscure facts because that's what makes history come alive. WWI gets more interesting when you find out about Henry Ford's failed Peace Ship and that George Washinton's teeth aren't just made of wood. 

Contact Me:

Text: ‪(407) 900-8054‬ 
Zoom: Contact me to make an appointment


Video Tutorial

To complete your research assignment you'll need to access the online library. Follow these steps to get started.

To Connect to the Library via Atlas:

1. Log in to Atlas:

2. Go to the MyAtlas tab, Courses tab, or Employees tab.

3. Under Libraries, click Search the Library.

What's a Primary Source?

Locating Primary Sources
Primary, secondary, tertiary sources. Your professor may have given you requirements for sources, but what do they mean?
Helpful hints:

  • Try searching your topic in Google and then adding "+ museum" or  "+library"
  • Who might know a lot about this topic? Search for key people within your topic.
  • Looking for information on a major event or public figure? Look for the speeches they've given. Try searching for person +speeches

American History/Humanities
National Archives
Library of Congress

Project Gutenberg


Suggested Resources

Start by checking these databases. Need anything else? Just let me know!
Recommended academic databases referenced in the tutorial video.


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Emilie Buckley
12350 Narcoossee Rd
Orlando, FL 32832
Skype Contact: ebuckley3

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