This LibGuide describes various types of information sources and how to find scholarly sources including books, articles, and sources online. It also includes helpful tools to evaluate if a source should be considered scholarly, as well as citation guides for citing information sources.
Legacy Library currently subscribes to over 200 databases, but choosing and accessing databases can be overwhelming sometimes. This guide will outline what databases are and basic information on how to use them.
This guide is intended to provide helpful tips and tricks for using Google and other search engines to find good quality information.
Short informational videos about how to access and use library resources.
These resources from the Writing Center can help with each step of the writing process.
Handouts and links with quick guidance for your research project.
Visit the Writing Center Schedule page to see when tutors are available and to make an appointment.
You can use these poster templates to jump start your design process.
Located in MILLS 205, the COMM Center provides a collaborative, supportive, and instructional environment where students work closely with Peer Communication Consultants to help them prepare for, become more familiar and comfortable with public speaking and oral communication in academic and professional situations.
Peer Communication Consultants can help with speech development, speech delivery, and presentation aid development.
The Worthington Center for Teaching Excellence will print posters for All Scholars Day at no charge. Upload your poster by April 11.