Monthly Archives: June 2012

Last-Minute Paper Writing

a+ paperCan’t find a topic for a last-minute paper? Using the table of contents in a textbook to find a topic that interests you can be a great place to start.

Once you’ve chosen a topic, check that section of the textbook for any resources the author recommends on that topic. This can lead you to reliable and authoritative websites, books, and articles about your topic.

Remember that the library offers online MLA format and citation help that’s available 24×7. We also have a plagiarism “decision tree” to help you decide when you need to cite.

Library Seeking User Feedback: We Want to Know What YOU Think!

We want to know what you really think!

The library recently finished creating a series of online tutorials that should be useful to students, faculty, and staff who want to know what Charles “T.” Jones Leadership Library services and resources are available and how to use them.

Want a sample? Here you go:

Last night we held a successful focus group session at the Summerdale campus, where we obtained some very helpful feedback. Tonight we’re holding a second focus group session at the Lancaster Center.

But these tutorials are for everyone, and we really want to hear what everyone thinks! Make your voice heard! Visit the online tutorials and use the feedback button in the banner at the top of the tutorial page to tell us what you think.