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Spanish Courses & Research: FL 350

FL 350 Comparative Cultures

  • Although this is not a Spanish course, the research page lives on the Spanish guide. This is because (a) the course is taught by a Spanish professor and (b) pretty much all the research info you need is the same as what's on here.
  • Look Up at the pages to see which ones can help you.

Accessing Resources Online

If you are taking this course (FL 350), you may be taking it from off the Wartburg Campus.

The following chart breaks down the kind of access you have to our materials from off campus.

Books & DVDs: To use books in print or any other physical resource, such as DVDs, you must come to the library. To use eBooks, you will be asked to login at the time you click on the ebook. Simply enter the required information (email and password, usually). To view our streaming video in our databases, follow the Music & Film instructions below.

Articles: To use articles in online databases, it is easiest to begin from the Databases A-Z page and choose your database. You will be asked to login; simply enter the required information (email and password). One login should last for an entire online session of clicking on databases. You can also click the databases linked on this guide--again, entering your login info once should last the whole session.

Music & Film Databases: You will access these the same way you access article databases--login for off-campus and then click their links from the Databases A-Z List.

  • Music Online: Streaming audio of all genres from around the world (excluding most pop songs).
  • Streaming video of world-class classical performances from around the world.
  • AVON: Streaming video of a wide selection of documentaries.
Librarian help: Chat, email, text, or call us with any questions. Unfortunately, I (Jill Westen) am out of the office in June and July, but I will check my email periodically.


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Jill Westen
100 Wartburg Blvd
Waverly, IA 50677