Archives: September 2008

September 30th, 2008

Visit the Research Tips & Tricks page to explore a five step path to finding, evaluating and citing the information you use to complete your papers and projects. Visit each […]

September 29th, 2008

Celebrate your freedom to read during Banned Books Week 2008. Some of the most profound and inspiring works of literature have faced challenges to their access from groups or individuals […]

September 25th, 2008

Get your geek on this weekend with Geek.Kon 2008! The conference will include gaming events, screenings of anime and sci-fi films, music, costuming, vendors and panel discussions. Special guests include […]

September 23rd, 2008

As we approach October, I am reminded how much my grandfather loved the month, a month he simply called “golden” not only for its fall foliage but for its abundant […]

September 22nd, 2008

If the Google strategy define:term search (e.g. define: protein kinase) doesn’t do it for you, try one of our campus libraries’ online reference databases–Oxford Reference Online or Credo Reference (formerly, […]

September 19th, 2008

September 19th marks the annual “Talk like a Pirate Day”. Fancy some “aye-brary” research?! If so, set sail for campus libraries for some assistance finding information about pirates, from the […]

September 17th, 2008

The tenth annual Food for Thought Festival, sponsored by the REAP Food Group, will celebrate healthy food traditions and the quest to eat sustainably by tapping the seasonal harvest of […]

September 17th, 2008

The Holtz Center for Science & Technology Studies, in collaboration with the Nelson Institute, will host a free public forum at the Pyle Center on global climate change—what can and […]

September 15th, 2008

Calendar your steps to completing your class assignments. The Assignment Calculator, available from the College Library website, enables you to enter your start and anticipated end dates to generate a […]

September 15th, 2008

Know anyone who could use a refresher on using library resources? If so, then suggest taking the CLUE Tutorial—a multimedia tutorial of five short modules reviewing aspects of college-level research […]