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Workshop: Literature Reviews for Grad Students (Wed. 03-01-2017 @ 10am)
Have you heard the term "literature review" but been unsure what it meant? Do you have a project, report, or even thesis coming up that will require a literature review? Many students find the term used in their classes but never explained. This workshop will discuss the concept, and help students get started planning how to write a comprehensive review of the literature. (Approximately 75 minutes)
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Workshop: Literature Reviews for Grad Students (Tue. 03-28-2017 @2pm)
Have you heard the term "literature review" but been unsure what it meant? Do you have a project, report, or even thesis coming up that will require a literature review? Many students find the term used in their classes but never explained. This workshop will discuss the concept, and help students get started planning how to write a comprehensive review of the literature. (Approximately 75 minutes)
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Inaugural Meeting of the F.D. Bluford Library Student Advisory Council
Library Student Advisory Council (LSAC) meets for the first time and generates many new ideas for the library.
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iPads for Checkout
iPads are available for checkout. They are configured with some useful apps and content you may find interesting.
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Serials Department
The mission of the Serials Department is to acquire, sort, process, organize and maintain current records and files that inform users of serial documents at F.D. Bluford Library. Serials can be defined as a publication that is published in parts for an indefinite period of time. Serials include items such as journals, periodicals, magazines, almanacs, annual reports, numbered monographs and other materials.
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New: AggieONEcard Required for Entry, Midnight-7:30am
For safety and security reasons, only current students, staff and faculty are allowed in the library from midnight to 7:30am when the library is open 24 hours. You will now need to swipe your valid AggieONEcard to gain access to the library building during this time. There is a card reader located to the right of the entrance, in the portico of our building.
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The library's catalog of books, ebooks, article & research databases, journals and other materials.
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Group Study Rooms Policy
The library provides various individual and group study rooms for use by students, faculty and staff. Our aim is to accommodate space for academic research, studying, tutoring sessions and class preparation. These rooms hold anywhere from one to eight people. Given the demand for group study rooms, they may not be used for general meetings.
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Aggie Collaboration Rooms
We have designed and equipped two high-tech rooms to enhance collaborative projects among students, faculty and staff here at the university.
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Information Literacy at North Carolina A&T State University
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