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SOS 394: Rebuilding Puerto Rico

This guide is designed to promote students' research as they develop products in the Humanities Lab address the rebuilding of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria struck in September 2017.

Background Information

News

Organization and Government Websites

.ORGs

Mine the websites of key organizations to find reports on the recovery and rebuilding of Puerto Rico. 

.GOVs

Scholarly Resources

Library Research Databases

Set up Alerts in Google Scholar

PROQUEST DATABASES (Hint: these databases can be searched at the same time!)

EBSCO Databases (Hint, you can search all of these databases at once)

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