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Don't worry if you missed our Origami and Afternoon Tea event, you can still get in on the fun. This month, the library is sponsoring an Origami Social Media Contest.  Just send us a photo of your origami creation AND follow us on Pinterest and/or Instagram, or comment on our origami blog post. That is all you need to do to be entered for a chance to win a $15 Amazon gift card.  Need some ideas? Check out our Out of This World Origami PInterest board. The contest runs through February 28.  Click here for more information.

Our next library event will take place during Stress Less Week, February 19 - 23. Take a break from studying and add to a giant mosaic sticker in the library. Everyone who participates in this Sticker Art will receive a free giveaway bag.

Episode 27: The Digital Media 'Ad-pocalypse' of our library podcast is now available.  on iTunes. Joel and Colin discuss the ongoing online ‘adpocalypse’ and what this means for social media, internet companies, traditional media, and independent content creators.

Reserve a study room. Study rooms used to be available on a first come, first served basis but due to demand, we now require a reservation. Book a Study Room ahead of time by selecting that option under Services on the Library homepage. Or stop by the desk and we will do it for you. Be sure to bring your student ID with you.


Welcome to the Bellevue University guide for Citing Sources.  This guide provides information regarding APA and MLA sources in print and electronic formats and NoodleTools.

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