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This guide showcases how the the Baylor Libraries serve our international students.
Welcome to the Baylor Libraries guide for international students! This guide is a place for international students to find information that may help them during their time at Baylor. It includes information on:
Your librarians (at Baylor, each major has its own librarian!)
Types of resources at the Baylor Libraries
Getting news from home
Film, audiobooks and music
Writing Help (includes information on the University Writing Center and the Graduate Writing Center)
The purpose of this guide is to provide resources and support from the Baylor Libraries to our international students.
This library guide is part of our “library basics” literacy tier. In this tier you will be introduced to the basics of academic libraries. The lamppost represents the first stage in the development of your research skills and includes things like using information ethically, participating in the scholarly conversation, learning the basics of searching, and learning how to get more help when you need it.