Monthly Archives: November 2011

Assignment Planner & The Writing Center: Tools for Success!

Assignment Planner is now available for First Year Students here at Notre Dame. Students can plug-in the date they want to begin their research assignment and the date the assignment is due.  Once students are in the Planner, it will present dates to … Continue reading

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Reference Sources @ the Library

Many of our First Year Students are currently working on Research papers, Arguement papers, Rhetorical analysis papers, etc. In the Writing & Rhetoric courses, you have the option of choosing your research topic.  This is good news for the beginning … Continue reading

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11-11-2011 in the Library

Right now as I am typing this, in the Hesburgh Library-Current Periodicals section, there is Massive Gaming going on until 10:00pm this evening. If you are a Gamer, you need to come to the Hesburgh Library now!  

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Avoiding Plagiarism

At this point in the semester, many first year students at Notre Dame are working on their Arguement and or Research papers.  Below, is a link from the library re: some very useful information on how to Avoid Plagiarism: … Continue reading

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Attn: ND Gamers

Hi All! This is your invitation to participate in National Gaming Day at the Hesburgh Library on November 11, 2011 from 6:00pm-10:00pm in the Current Periodicals area-1st Floor. This event is being organized with the  Computer Science Engineering Student Club … Continue reading

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RefWorks Help for First Year Students & Faculty – Act Now!

RefWorks One to One Training Sessions – Now Available for First Year Students and Faculty! Contact: Tanya Prokrym, Electronic Resources Librarian 110 Hesburgh Library – Telephone: (574) 631-5938 E-Mail: Open Hours: 3:00pm-6:00pm on the following dates: October 27, 2011 … Continue reading

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Let’s get together and Read!

I have been piloting various reading groups on campus this fall and coming in the Spring to feed our campus community appetite for leisure reading. The following titles have come to my attention: Losing My Cool: Love, Literature and a Black … Continue reading

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