Writing is hard. It’s work. Love it or hate it, you can’t avoid it! Whether you are a Math major or an English major, writing is something everyone has to learn to do well before they leave college, because employers Continue reading Writing Week: Improve Your Writing, Improve Your Life
Hi! I’m Pete Ramsey, one of the Reference and Instruction librarians at Langsdale Library, and I also teach the Information Literacy (IDIS 110) course in first-year student learning communities. Self-Recycling My IDIS 110 course includes a rather detailed discussion of Continue reading Self-recycling FTW!
Albert Einsteinakg-images / Universal Images Group Spring Break has come and gone. The countdown of the last 6 weeks begins now. It’s time to begin thinking about those final papers and projects that will be due soon. Research is usually Continue reading Need help researching for end of the year papers?
A few months ago, I posted an entry here about a new service in Google Scholar called Scholar Citation that allows scholars to track citations on their own works, complete with timeline graphics of citation traffic. Earlier, I wrote that Continue reading Track your citations through Google Scholar
What, a librarian promoting Google Scholar? Yes, I use it often – it’s a great way to track down a source, check citations, etc. In fact, Langsdale has teamed up with Google to show our own full text resources within Continue reading For Faculty: Google Scholar – Soon you can track your own citations