Archive for April, 2008

Literature Reviews – When am I “done”?

Have you every wondered when you are “done” with your Literature Review? Have I found everything? Well there are a couple of resources on the Library’s Guides & Tutorials page that can help. First our Research Guides. We have developed Research Guides for each of the Schools within Capella: Education, Human Services, Psychology, Business and [...]

Calling all News Junkies: Get Your Daily Fix for Free

Like a lot of news junkies, I try to skim several newspapers and magazines every day. Many news organizations allow readers free access online, but some still require a subscription. That means a lot of money to spend and passwords to remember. You can save a bit of time and treasure by using the Capella [...]

Course Readings & Textbooks

Welcome to the Spring Quarter! It is that time of the quarter when we get lots of calls on course readings and textbooks. Here are a few of our Frequently Asked Questions: Q: I am a new learner, how do I get to the course readings in the Library? A: Required course readings should be [...]

IT book written by Capella Learner

I had the opportunity to talk with a Capella learner at Colloquia who has recently co-authored a book called Crimes of the Internet by Frank Schmalleger and Michael Pittaro. Additional information on the book can be found on the publisher’s web site for the book Congratulations, Michael! If you have written anything for official publication–please [...]

Methodology Resources

Methodology, I don’t know about you but it is such a challenge for me. I am currently working on the proposal for my dissertation and this past weekend I was struggling with both my research question and what methodology I want to use to answer that question – sound familiar? One of the best ways [...]

Information Literacy Faculty Engagement Event

The Library and Office of Faculty Engagement hosted a group of faculty and staff in early March to work on Information Literacy at Capella. It was a fabulous and productive event. To read more click on the Information Literacy page. -KateP