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BUILD IT Express

A short version of the Bellevue University Information Literacy Development Interactive Tutorial aka BUILD IT

Library Services

The library offers several SERVICES to help you find the information you need.  

Click on Services at the top of the page or at the bottom of the page to access the items grouped under it. Some of the items are discussed below while others are covered elsewhere in this LibGuide or in the full version of BUILD IT.

Other Ways to Borrow

Borrow from another Library: Interlibrary Loan - If we do not have the book or article you need, we can obtain it from another library for you. Use this form to request an item. There is a $1 fee per item for this service.

Document Delivery - We can mail items to your home for a small fee.  You can have items sent to the Lozier campus without a fee..Use this form to submit a Document Delivery Request.

Reciprocal Borrowing Privileges - Borrow items directly from other Nebraska academic libraries. You may go to any of the libraries listed, with proof of your enrollment at Bellevue University, and borrow materials directly from their collection.

Preventing Plagiarism

The Copyright Center  LibGuide will answer all the questions you have about copyright. It contains all the basics, including Bellevue University's Copyright Policy, FAQs, tutorials, laws related to videos, even a quiz.  In addition, feature articles related to copyright issues are frequently added.

NoodleTools is a citation generator which means that you supply the information about your source and NoodleTools generates the correct citation.  Not only that, it arranges all your citations into a properly formatted references list. See the Using NoodleTools page of this LibGuide or the NoodleTools pages in BUILD IT  for more details.

Your instructor may ask you to submit your paper through Turnitin.com This is a plagiarism prevention tool that can identify material that is not original. You can access it from the Services menu on the library homepage. Your instructor will provide the password.

Get to Know Us

The options under Ask a Librarian and About Us not only include information about the various ways to contact us, but also FAQs and Library Procedures, the Library Newsletter and a Comments form.

Go on to the next page to learn all ABOUT US.