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Workshop: Copyright or Copywrong? (Fri. 12-05-2014 @ 2pm)
Freeware vs. Shareware. Public Domain vs. Open-Source.  Plagiarism vs. Citing. With all of information available, what is right and what is wrong in the world of copyright laws and fair use?  This workshop will help you navigate current legislation and common practices to avoid plagiarism. (Approximately 60 minutes)
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Distance Education Students
F.D. Bluford Library offers services tailored for distance education students, from Dare to Cherokee and beyond. The Library can help you no matter where you are located.
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Ask Us
Librarians are here to help! Here are several ways we can help you.
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Library Instruction for Your Class
Course-related library instruction is designed to introduce students to research strategies and the basic information sources available for a particular class or subject. A librarian works with you and develops an instructional session or sessions to meet the specific needs of the class. Course-related library instruction is one of the most effective ways of teaching students to use scholarly materials and resources. This success is due to supplementing subject-oriented training received in the classroom with instruction in information resources and search techniques.
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Librarian & Faculty Collaboration
We are ready, willing and able to help you and your students achieve scholarly success. When you collaborate with us on assignments and library resources, you can be sure your students will have a successful learning experience. Here is how we can help.
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Find articles and the latest scholarly research and publications with these online databases.
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