What is Fake News? In this age of fake news and alternative facts, students are in greater need than ever for help in determining how and where to find the most reliable information.
Librarians have been providing just such guidance for years. In this session, we will discuss strategies to help you determine if a source is legitimate.
Please mark your calendar and plan to join us on April 20th, 2:00 PM in the Wachterhauser Seminar Room, Post Learning Commons 2nd Floor.
This event is open to SJU faculty, staff and students. Light refreshments will be served.
You might notice a change in our ProQuest resources.
The layout of the search pages has been altered and will look much different than before. However, the functionality is largely still in place with a few exceptions. Take a look at the new layout to get a feel for the changes!
See help info provided by ProQuest:
Here’s what you wanna know about the library:
- How do I print?
- Do I need a library card to check out a book/DVD/CD/etc.?
- Do I need an ID to get in the building?
- Can I access library databases from outside the library?
- What are the library hours?
- Where can I get more information?
We’re always here to help, so stop on by!
WHAT: A Web of Science representative will present information on using their databases to find citation counts and journal impact.
WHEN: April 16th, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
WHERE: Drexel Library 1st Floor Instruction Lab
Bring your lunch. Cookies and drinks will be provided.
We’ve had a lot of students inquire over the past several years about printing on both sides of a page. Well, we’re happy to report that the library now offers double-sided printing! When you go to print, select ‘Properties,’ and ‘Flip on Long Edge’ if the pages of your document should be viewed with a vertical long edge, ‘Flip on Short Edge’ if it should be viewed with a horizontal long edge. Hopefully, in the end, we’ll save more than a few trees!