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The following links contain information and reference materials that may be useful to undergraduate and graduate students. Since some of the pages connect to non-University of Toronto websites, please remember to confirm your findings by conducting further research. The University of Toronto Mississauga does not assume responsibility for information found on pages not belonging to our institution. Thank you and we hope these links are helpful.

Click here for the main University of Toronto Mississauga Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre

University of Toronto Libraries Search - to view this website click here.

Robert Gillespie Academic Skills Centre - to view this website click here.

Writing Tips and Study Skills Handouts - to view this website click here.

Chicago Manual of Style (16th edition) - to view this website click here

Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East (CSSAAME) is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to critical and comparative analyses of the histories, cultural productions, social and gender relations, politics, and economies of Africa, South Asia, and the Middle East. Click here to view the CSSAAME website

The Toronto Initiative for Iranian Studies builds on this history and will lay the groundwork for international conferences, research partnerships and faculty and student exchanges between Canada and the Persian-speaking world. Click here to view the this website.

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