End of Semester Resources for Papers & Projects

As we approach the end of Spring semester, many of your papers and research projects will be due soon.  Here are some resources that may help out:

LibGuides – The librarians have produced these guides for a wide variety of subjects and classes to point you to the best resources for doing research.  They may suggest specific books, databases, or Internet resources in your topic, or strategies for searching our research databases.

The Reference Desk – located just to the left as you enter Carlson Library, the reference librarians at the desk can demonstrate our catalog or databases, help you refine your search strategies, or suggest additional resources.  Our in-person, chat, or phone reference services are open Monday – Thursday 9 a.m. – 8 p.m., Friday 9 – 5, Saturday 12-5, and Sunday 12 – 8.  Our e-mail reference is available anytime.

Individual Appointments – For more in-depth help with a librarian, you can schedule an individual appointment for one-on-one assistance.  Call 419-530-4479 or e-mail to set up an appointment.

The Writing Center – located in Carlson Library’s main concourse, the Writing Center tutors meet with students in order to generate ideas, organize notes and thoughts, and receive feedback on drafts or completed papers.  Make an appointment in person or by phone.

Citation Resources – Check out our citation LibGuide for help on correctly citing your sources in APA or MLA citation styles for your research papers.  Other resources include copies of a variety of style guides on Reserve at the Circulation Desk, or the great resources from the Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue.