TweetHave you heard that we’re transitioning away from MLA formatting and citation style to the use of APA style in the Spring ’13 term? It’s true! APA style, the preferred style for scholarship in business, criminal justice, information technology, and allied health, is more closely aligned with Central Penn’s program offerings, and will better prepare [More...]
TweetWelcome, new students! Welcome back, returning students! We’re pretty excited about the new year, the new term, and some new tools we have to help you with your research! Next time you’re on the library’s Online Resources page, you might notice a few changes. First, our instant messaging widget has changed. You can still access [More...]
TweetSo you’ve finished writing your final paper, and the last thing you have to do is cite your sources in an MLA Works Cited page. Everyone says you should just use EasyBib. But how do you get it to correctly create your citations? Here are a couple of tricks and tips for using EasyBib effectively. [More...]
TweetDo you plan to vote for the first time in the November election? Have you voted in an earlier election, but not as a Pennsylvania resident? Do you plan to vote using an absentee ballot (will you be in Australia on Election Day)? If you can answer “yes” to any of the above questions, NOW [More...]
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TweetWe 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 [More...]
TweetNow that you’re back from break, don’t forget about the resolutions you made at the New Year! What would librarians do to stay on top? Use the library, of course! Here’s a list of some common resolutions and how the library can help you succeed at them this year! 1. Eat Healthy Food The goal [More...]