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Mark your calendars for Banned Books Week, September 24-30. This year's theme is "Words Have Power." The library is celebrating with several events, activities, and displays.

  • Check out the creative Banned Books displays in the library.
  • Enter the "Words Have Power" contest next time you visit the library. you could win a $10 gift card.
  • Join us for the Library Lunch and Learn: Game of Thrones Discussion Panel on Tuesday, September 26th from 12:30 – 1:30 pm. Register here!
  • Decorate a cookie to representi a banned book. Drop by any time  on Wednesday, September 27 between 2:30 - 5:00.
  • Create JARgon word jars and "Boaster" Coaster word coasters. Join us anytime on Thursday, September 28 from 2:00 - 4:00.
  • Finally, have a Banned Books "Mugshot" taken during these events.

These new databases have been added and can be accessed from the Databases page: 

Episode 25 of the library's podcast,  Free Speech, Censorship, and the Internet​, is now available. Catch it and all other episodes on iTunes. Also, the newest issue of the library newsletter, More Than Books, is out and available in the library and online.


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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