Our Library has an amazing number of resources available to you; are you aware of and taking advantage of all of them? Check out the Library Connection Spring 2013, which contains resources specifically timed to help you prepare for your final papers and final presentations. Note that many of these are electronic resources available to you whether or not you come to campus.
Some notes of special interest:
Wrapping up a research project? The Library offers a variety of current
online and print resources to help students cite correctly in MLA, APA,
Chicago, CSE, and ASA styles. Citing correctly is a scholarly responsibility
that gives credit to other people’s ideas and words, adds credibility by
verifying claims, and helps readers locate sources used.
Visit this link to learn more.
All Things Google (Saturday, April 13, 11:00AM and 1:00PM): Learn how
to use Google for individual or collaborative projects in the cloud. Collect
data in Google Sheets, edit a Google Doc with group members
simultaneously, share files in the Google Drive, make a website with Google
Sites or a blog on Blogger, embed your work on your blog or website, and
do it all on a Google Chromebook.
Contact Melissa Osborn (firstname.lastname@example.org) for reservations.
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