Sunday, October 12, 2008

Presidential Elections Subject Guide

Interested in our current presidential election and where the candidates actually stand on the issues? Want to see fact checks of the candidates speeches, ads and debates? Want to look into the history and statistics of past elections?

If so, the library has gathered relevant library and web resources on this topic into a U.S. Presidential Elections Subject Guide. Please do check it out, leave your comments, rate resources, and share with your friends and family.
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Sunday, October 5, 2008

Writing Resource Center

Will you be writing your first essay assignment soon? Are you familiar with the initial steps to begin a research paper? Need to find out what an annotated bibliography is? Do you want to improve your knowledge of grammar and sentence structure or present your ideas in a logical and convincing way?
The Writing Resource Center features many useful "how to" guides and reference materials on doing research and composing imaginative, detailed and well-constructed papers. You can search or browse by topic or keyword. Writing Resource Center home page:

Writing Resource CenterThe Writing Resource Center is accessible from the library home page, in the middle column of links, under "Help."