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September 26th, 2016

Hidden Brain: A Conversation about Life’s Unseen Patterns

Ever wonder about the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior? Check out Hidden Brain: A Conversation about Life’s Unseen Patterns on NPR. The Hidden Brain podcast is a project developed by Shankar Vedantam to help people understand the world by combining science and storytelling.

Enjoy!

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September 26th, 2016

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 program:

Have more questions? You can find answers to over 200 common library questions in our new Library FAQs! Search by keyword or browse by topic to find answers to frequently asked questions.

Spotlight is a quarterly series. To see previous posts in this series, click the Spotlight tag:

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-Chelsea

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September 19th, 2016

Spotlight: Alumni

Did you just graduate? Wondering what library resources you now have access to? Check out the Alumni Library Guide for answers to questions about the Alumni Library.

We also have a State-by-State Library Services guide that has information and links to various libraries and library services throughout all 50 states, and D.C.

Are you going to be taking your Comprehensive Exams next quarter? Get a head start on practicing your library skills with the Comprehensive Exams: Library Strategies Library Guide.

Have more questions? You can find answers to over 200 common library questions in our new Library FAQs! Search by keyword or browse by topic to find answers to frequently asked questions.

There is a new Spotlight posted every week. To see previous posts in this series, click the Spotlight tag:

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-Chelsea

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August 22nd, 2016

Spotlight: Finding Statistics and Data

Looking for specific data? We have a great guide that contains tips on finding data sets and statistics. Check out our list of assignment guides first to see if any of your assignments this week has a guide, then use the link below to go to our Statistics and Government Resources Library Guide.

Don’t see your course listed here? Some guides have been created for entire courses rather than specific assignments. Check out our full list of assignment guides to see if your course has a guide.

Do you need to find data or statistics? While we do not have data sets in our library, the Statistics and Government Resources Library Guide gives suggestions and links for where to find statistics available on the internet. Browse through this guide to see if there is a web site that might have the information you are looking for.

Have more questions? You can find answers to over 200 common library questions in our new Library FAQs! Search by keyword or browse by topic to find answers to frequently asked questions.

Spotlight is a quarterly series. To see previous posts in this series, click the Spotlight tag:

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-Chelsea

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August 15th, 2016

Spotlight: Finding Related Articles

Have you ever found a great article, and want to know how to find similar articles? This week we will feature Library Guides with tips on finding articles using the articles you already have, along with the guides that have been created specifically for assignments during week six. First, see if your course has a guide:

Don’t see your course listed here? Some guides have been created for entire courses rather than specific assignments. Check out our full list of assignment guides to see if your course has a guide.

Use these guides for tips on how to find additional articles using the articles you already have:

Have more questions? You can find answers to over 200 common library questions in our new Library FAQs! Search by keyword or browse by topic to find answers to frequently asked questions.

Spotlight is a quarterly series. To see previous posts in this series, click the Spotlight tag:

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-Chelsea

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August 8th, 2016

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 has a guide:

Don’t see your course listed here? Some guides have been created for entire courses rather than specific assignments. Check out our full list of assignment guides to see if your course has a guide.

Now that you’ve been searching the library, are you looking for ways to organize your research? Whether you want to use a citation management tool like RefWorks, or if you prefer to save your articles to your computer or email them to yourself, find out what options you have using the guides below.

Have more questions? You can find answers to over 200 common library questions in our new Library FAQs! Search by keyword or browse by topic to find answers to frequently asked questions.

Spotlight is a quarterly series. To see previous posts in this series, click the Spotlight tag:

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-Chelsea

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June 19th, 2016

Spotlight: Finding Missing Citation Information

The end is near! For most of you this is the last week of the quarter. While you have hopefully already seen these guides, these guides are for projects that you may have been working on all or part of the quarter that are due during the last week. Below the assignment guides, we will feature guides that may help as you are wrapping up your final week.

As you’re finishing up your final assignments, have you come across any references that are missing information, and you’re not sure where to find it? The Searching by Author Library Guide gives tips on how to search with a partial citation, so that you can find the information you’re missing.

Need to create a PowerPoint presentation for your final assignment? Look through the PowerPoint Presentation Library Guide for tips on creating presentations.

Have more questions? You can find answers to over 200 common library questions in our new Library FAQs! Search by keyword or browse by topic to find answers to frequently asked questions.

Spotlight is a quarterly series. To see previous posts in this series, click the Spotlight tag:

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-Chelsea

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June 12th, 2016

Spotlight: Program Research Guides

Welcome to the week nine Spotlight: Library Guides post. As usual, we’ll start with the assignment guides created for this week’s assignments, then feature guides with other helpful library tips and tricks.

Don’t see your course listed here? Some guides have been created for entire courses rather than specific assignments. Check out our full list of assignment guides to see if your course has a guide.

Did you know there are guides created for specific programs, with recommended databases, journals, books, and tips for that program? Browse through our Guide Subjects to see if your program or specialization has a guide.

Have more questions? You can find answers to over 200 common library questions in our new Library FAQs! Search by keyword or browse by topic to find answers to frequently asked questions.

Spotlight is a quarterly series. To see previous posts in this series, click the Spotlight tag:

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-Chelsea

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June 5th, 2016

Spotlight: Legal Research

Thanks for checking out our blog! This week, we will start with a list of guides that have been created for week eight assignments, then we will be featuring guides on how to do legal research using our library.

Don’t see your course listed here? Some guides have been created for entire courses rather than specific assignments. Check out our full list of assignment guides to see if your course has a guide.

Need to do legal research or find information on laws? Use the guides below for tips:

Have more questions? You can find answers to over 200 common library questions in our new Library FAQs! Search by keyword or browse by topic to find answers to frequently asked questions.

Spotlight is a quarterly series. To see previous posts in this series, click the Spotlight tag:

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-Chelsea

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May 22nd, 2016

Spotlight: Finding Statistics and Data

Looking for specific data? We have a great guide that contains tips on finding data sets and statistics. Check out our list of assignment guides first to see if any of your assignments this week has a guide, then use the link below to go to our Statistics and Government Resources Library Guide.

Don’t see your course listed here? Some guides have been created for entire courses rather than specific assignments. Check out our full list of assignment guides to see if your course has a guide.

Do you need to find data or statistics? While we do not have data sets in our library, the Statistics and Government Resources Library Guide gives suggestions and links for where to find statistics available on the internet. Browse through this guide to see if there is a web site that might have the information you are looking for.

Have more questions? You can find answers to over 200 common library questions in our new Library FAQs! Search by keyword or browse by topic to find answers to frequently asked questions.

Spotlight is a quarterly series. To see previous posts in this series, click the Spotlight tag:

Spotlight Tag

-Chelsea

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