• Humanities,  Research

    Citation Salvation and Deliverance from Plagiarism

    Have you seen this? Now hanging in the Humanities classrooms is a new poster, designed to achieve Citation Salvation and Deliverance from Plagiarism. Scan the poster’s QR codes to take you directly to the library’s citation guide, to Noodletools and/or the Plagiarism avoidance library guide. Comments/Questions/Feedback on our working document (or citation/plagiarism more generally)?   Please be in touch!  Ms. Sanborn

  • Databases,  Fine Arts,  Humanities,  Library News,  Research,  Web Resources

    Image Citations: Styling the MLA Way

    Lisa Laughy – Archives Assistant Ohrstrom Library website has just added examples of MLA citations for three types of image sources: images found in books, images found in the ARTstor database, and images found elsewhere online.  These examples are located in the “Other Citations” PDF accessible by clicking HERE.  These guidelines should be helpful for finishing up the Humanities V Renaissance Art papers, or ask any of the librarians on duty at Ohrstrom for help with your citations.