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Tissue Paper Hearts (In-Person)

Date: Tuesday, February 14, 2023

Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm CST (Central Standard Time, US & Canada)

Campus: Bellevue University Freeman/Lozier Library

Online: Register HERE

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Stop in the Library and create a tissue paper heart Valentine! Supplies will be provided.

The Biodiversity of Native Urban Plant Communities (In-Person & Online)

Date: Tuesday, February 21, 2023

Time: 12:30pm - 1:30pm CST (Central Standard Time, US & Canada)

Campus: Bellevue University Freeman/Lozier Library, LIB 480

Online: Register HERE

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Join the library for a presentation by Tyler Moore about what native plants are and the impact they can have on urban areas. This presentation will also be available over Zoom.

Online Reference Drop-In (Ongoing)

Date: Mondays & Wednesdays (coming up - February 6 & 8)

Time: 9am - 11am CST (Central Standard Time, US & Canada)

Campus: Remote Session (Zoom meeting)

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This is a 30-minute, online meeting. Registration required.

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Do you have reference questions or need help using library resources? Set up a meeting to chat with one of our librarians! They can walk through the problem with you and even share your screen (if you get stuck).

Welcome

Welcome to the Bellevue University guide for HI 110 - World History I  This course introduces students to world history from the earliest civilizations to 1500 AD. The course emphasizes histories of Europe, Asia, and the Middle East and includes histories of Africa, the Americas, and Oceania. Primary focus is on the historical significance of political, economic, religious, and cultural developments.

This guide provides electronic resources to support this course. Click on the tab for the appropriate time line, then navigate to the desired type of resource. Resources include general collection books, electronic books, journal articles, and streaming videos. In addition, there is a separate tab for library databases that are most useful for finding more information on topics for HI 110 - World History I , as well as a websites tab listing online sources of reliable information. There is also a Citations tab with links to tools to use for citing sources.

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BUILD IT is an online guide to the Bellevue University Library and all its resources and services. It  is made up of five self contained modules, each followed by an interactive quiz. Go through BUILD IT from beginning to end or start at the Site Map using just the pages you need. Click on the link above or on one of the modules below, or look for BUILD IT in the left menu of the library homepage under Tutorials.

Module One: Getting to Know the Bellevue University Library
An overview of library resources and services and introduction to the library homepage.

Module Two: Planning Your Project
The steps involved in planning your research paper: Includes focusing your topic, outlining, identifying keywords, Boolean searching, and more.

Module Three: Locating Information
Finding and evaluating information, including books, eBooks, articles, and websites. Includes sample and interactive database searches.

Module Four: Citing Your Sources
Covers the basics of plagiarism, citation, and copyright.

Module Five: Putting it all together
How to organize your research into a formal paper, includes note taking, revising, and formatting.

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