Students Night against Procrastination (SNaP)

The LTU Library presents its first Student Night against Procrastination. SNaP is a unique late-night opportunity to get assistance with research projects, resumes, writing, math, and science assignments.

The library will be open March 26, 2015, 9:30p.m.-3a.m., with librarians, tutors, and others to support student success. Campus transportation will run with extended hours to get students to and from the event.

Register and more information:

Options include assistance with research, database use, writing, math, and science. Career Services staff will assist with resumes from 10p.m.-12a.m.

Getting Started: Overview by Sterling Russell

Learn about the PROCESS (click HERE to view presentation):
        • Focus – Finding information relevant to your topic
        • Facts – Finding information that supports your research
        • Fundamentals – Scholarly vs. popular research 

October 8: 12:30-1:30p.m.
October 10: 7-8p.m.

CLICK HERE to participate.


Source and Resource: Research/Citation by Gretchen Weiner

Learn about SOURCES, SEARCHES and CITATIONS (see below for presentation links):
       • Finding Sources – Review of scholarly vs. popular research
       • Introduction to Citation Styles (MLA, APA, Chicago) – See samples of the various styles and review
       • Organizing/Storing Resources – How to RefWorks to track references and build bibliographies 

Searching & Sources - Click HERE to view presentation 

Citations and RefWorks - Click HERE to view presentation


Writing Works by Sterling Russell

Learn about WRITING AND REVIEW (click HERE to view presentation):

        • Rules of Writing
        • Final Fix – Pulling it all together. Editing is necessary.