Tuesday, November 13, 2007

RefWorks can help with your bibliography

November is here and papers are due soon. Need help with your bibliography? RefWorks can help. It is available to TWU students, faculty and staff from any computer with web access.

What is RefWorks? It is your personal database that allows you to manage all your research and generate your bibliography in the format you need. (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.) RefWorks can also import citations from Library databases and other bibliography programs such as Endnote and Reference Manager.

Sign up for your RefWorks account

Take this guided tutorial to learn how easy RefWorks is to use.

Attend a RefWorks workshop.

Use the Ask A Librarian Form or contact me if you have questions.

Connie Maxwell

Set up Blog as RSS feed

Want to add the blog to your list of RSS feeds? Click on Subscribe to this blog using a reader (on the right-hand side of the page under Blog RSS Feed).

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After you click on Subscribe to this blog using a reader, you will be able to select a web-based news reader to use.

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To add the TWU Library Information Bulletin as a feed to Microsoft Outlook, a feed email service, or any other reader, enter this address: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TwuLibraryInformationBulletin

Do you have comments or questions about our new blog? Please email the Electronic Resources Librarian, Brandy Klug, at bklug@mail.twu.edu.

Brandy Klug

Blagg-Huey Library Balcony Open to Students and Faculty

Join your friends on the library balcony to read, study or relax. You are welcome to bring food and drinks. The balcony entrance is located on the west side of the first floor. Please go to the circulation or information desk if you need assistance.

Connie Maxwell

Thursday, November 1, 2007

Library extends Friday hours to accommodate students

Beginning November 2, 2007, the Denton Campus Blagg-Huey library will remain open four hours later on Fridays to accommodate students.

Friday 7:30 am – 10pm

Other library hours remain unchanged.

Libraries' Hours are posted on the website at:

Connie Maxwell