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College of Humanities & Social Sciences - Open & Free Materials by Course: History

This guide contains librarian-curated suggestions for open and free course material aligned to specific courses in CHSS.

HIST 1301 & 1302: U.S. History

 

SURVEY TEXTBOOKS

 

SURVEY TEXTBOOKS WITH SOURCE READERS INCLUDED

 

SOURCE READERS

 

SURVEY TEXTBOOK SUPPLEMENTS OR REPLACEMENTS FROM THE LIBRARY

Concise, level-appropriate topic overviews from academic encyclopedias and other reference works can provide excellent supplements or replacements to textbook chapters. This content is free to students because it has already been purchased or licensed by the SHSU Library.

If you don't like the way your preferred textbook addresses one topic, a substitute can replace that chapter. Or a full array of content selections can be custom-curated to fit your syllabus in place of an off-the-shelf textbook.

Need help? Your subject librarian can help to curate appropriate content that fits your syllabus and course goals. 

 

 

SOURCE READER SUPPLEMENTS OR REPLACEMENTS FROM THE LIBRARY

In addition to individual "readers" or documentary histories on specific topics, the library holds the following series, which  present large quantities of primary source documents. This content is free to students because it has already been purchased or licensed by the SHSU Library.

Many volumes are available in electronic format for easy integration into Blackboard. To use source documents from print volumes, contact the library about Electronic Reserves.

 

The library also provides access to numerous digital archives which contain primary-source material on many periods and topics. 

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Subject Librarian

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Erin Owens
Contact:
936-294-4567
eowens@shsu.edu
Room 142A, 1st floor, Library (NGL)

 

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