Our Humanities IV students were treated to an invigorating library instruction session this morning in the reference room.
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The Hum. 4 paper is due in a few short days & my inbox is happily filled with citation conundrums. Why do we do it? Academics cite for a variety of good reasons, including: To supply the reader … Continued
Resolute to citing all sources? Many library eCollections will self-cite. Look for buttons that read ‘cite’ or ‘cite now.’ Products from the Gale company will even import the citation into your Google Drive. Level up! “Research Methods – … Continued
The Encounters research guide has a new tab describing our *new* till-the-end of term trial to the Oxford Biblical Studies digital collection. What’s in there? Translations, commentary, concordance (& general reference articles, maps and images). Tell me what … Continued
New in the library’s Salem eReference collection is the digitized version of the 3-volume Adolescent Health & Wellness. 5 examples from the 483 articles: Asperger Syndrome by Michael A. Buratovich Eczema by Paul J. Frisch LGBT Teens and Peer Acceptance by Claire … Continued