Monthly Archives: September 2011

Social Networking Benefits

For many undergraduates, social networking sites have been as much a part of their life as computers. With sites like Myspace and Facebook having been around for nearly a decade (Myspace was introduced in 2003 and Facebook went public in … Continue reading

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Writing Tutorial Services is in the Information Commons!

Writing Tutorial Services (WTS) is now located on the first floor of the Information Commons in the Wells Library and provides free 50-minute tutorials to IUB students at all stages of the writing process.  Their hours during the regular academic year … Continue reading

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Dude, Where’s My Book?

With literally millions of books at your fingertips, it can sometimes be difficult to locate the exact one you’re looking for. Below is a brief description of some of the more common places your book might be hiding. Herman B … Continue reading

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That Journal

Now is the time of the semester when we students really start digging into our workload. This means locating assigned readings and doing our own research, often in journals since journals contain the latest and juiciest happenings in their respective … Continue reading

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Opening the Dialogue

This 2011-2012 academic year, The Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Library (NMBCCL) at Indiana University will introduce undergraduates, graduate students, and Bloomington residents to several of the resources at Indiana University Libraries (IUL) that can be used to open a dialogue … Continue reading

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Journal Alerts from EBSCO

Are you a total blog-head? (The evidence certainly suggests so.) Do you stay connected to blogs and other resources through RSS feeds? You may be thrilled to learn about journal alerts! Journal alerts are RSS feeds generated by EBSCO about … Continue reading

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Let’s Chat

One week of classes has come and gone, leaving many of us with the start of projects, homework, and and strategize how to get to classes the fastest. Many students are still trying to find a copy of their textbooks … Continue reading

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The Fall Semester is Here!

The summer has finally come to an end and the new school year has started. For some, this is their first year at Indiana University. Soon enough, the first papers of the semester will be assigned, so now is the … Continue reading

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