Archive for 'Resources'

Spotlight: Tutorials and Webinars

Courses start again next week – are you ready? Polish up your library skills before quarter start by taking advantage of our resources and tutorials: How-to Videos & Media Skill Development Tutorials Webinars Want to see if there’s been a guide created for your upcoming course? Check out our full list of assignment guides to […]

Spotlight: Keeping up with the literature in your field

Most learners are on the second week of break, so courses and homework may be the last thing on your mind. However, breaks can be the perfect time to keep up with the literature in your field. Use the guides below to find out how to keep up with the current events related to your […]

Online Writing Centers: iGuide’s “hidden gems”

The library receives many emails about writing and APA format.  While writing assistance is not something the library offers, there are Capella resources that can help:   Capella Undergraduate Writing Center and the Capella Graduate Writing Center. Here’s how to navigate to the Writing Center websites from iGuide:  Mouse over Learning Resources from the top menu bar and then […]

Library FAQs: Find Answers to Your Library Questions

Do you have questions about the library? Perhaps you are looking for books, dissertations or peer reviewed articles and need assistance getting started.  Visit the new Library FAQs site to find quick answers to frequently asked questions.  Library FAQs contains over 200 questions and answers to help you get the most out of your library experience. The site […]

Spotlight: Organize Your Research

Welcome back to Spotlight, where we highlight Library Guides that you may find useful. We’ll start off with guides created for assignments that may be coming this week. Below the assignment guides, we’ll also have general guides focused on various library tips and tricks. Look through the assignment guides below to see if your assignment […]

Get Your Library Research Organized with RefWorks: January 16th Webinar

RefWorks:  Saturday, January 16th, 2014, 7:00 AM  Central    How do you keep track of the research articles you’ve found?  RefWorks is a great tool that’s free to you as a Capella learner.  In this webinar, you will learn how to collect, organize, and store citations from library databases and other resources using RefWorks.  If […]

Finding Peer Reviewed Articles in the Library: January 11th Webinar

Finding Peer-Reviewed Articles in the Library:  Saturday, January 11th, 2014, 10:00 AM  Central Do you need to find articles for your coursework or dissertation?  Are you new to the Capella Library?  If you want to have an easier time of searching the library databases for finding articles, whether they need to be peer-reviewed or not,  then […]

ERIC Database Affected by Government Shutdown

Due to a lapse of appropriations and the partial shutdown of the Federal Government, the systems that host the ERIC database at eric.ed.gov have been shut down.  Because we access ERIC through the EBSCOhost platform, we are able to search the database and access some full text content. However, any links that read “Full Text […]

Changes to Harvard Business Review

Harvard Business School Publishing has decided to convert the most popular Harvard Business Review articles to read-only status by disabling the use of the Tools feature in Business Source Complete.  Printing, emailing, saving, citing, and exporting capabilities will no longer be available for 500 of the 12,000+ Harvard Business Review articles.  The records for all […]

Academic Publishing Opportunities

As you progress in your research at Capella, you may begin to consider publishing your work. The Graduate Writing Center has an Academic Publishing Page with tips and information on the process of writing and submitting an article for publication. Choosing the Right Journal is an important part of the publishing process.  Here are two […]