If you need help recalling some of the points covered in your library research session, don’t forget that you have online access to the research guide created specifically for you and your class. As always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to stop by the reference desk or contact us via email or phone (610-861-1543).
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Are you working on a research paper or project and feeling overwhelmed? Do you need assistance finding an article or book? If you need help using the library and its resources, ask a librarian or click this link http://moravian.libguides.com/index.php to access research guides by subject created just for you. We’re here to help you.
Working on a research paper? Not sure where to start your search for articles, books, and other resources? Check out research guides created just for you. Click below to access guides by subject http://moravian.libguides.com/index.php
…and better than ever! Now when you’re searching in your favorite database you can readily see if an article is available full text or in print format from Reeve’s periodical collection. A new additional feature is the “Request through interlibrary loan” option for any article not immediately available through us. The article information is pre-filled, so you only have to provide your contact information and click submit. Any questions, please ask.
Hello. We welcome all our new and returning students to Reeves Library and Moravian College.
We know as you start the fall semester there will be plenty of activity and new information coming your way. We in the library invite you to come by, make yourself at home and ask questions.
Have a look at the library’s website and explore the resources that will be valuable to you as you move through the semester. Our online research guides may be particularly helpful. Check them out here http://moravian.libguides.com/index.php.
Again, welcome and we look forward to seeing you in Reeves Library!
We’ve all been there. You’re trying to put together your list of references, and you’re not sure how to format the citation in MLA for that article from an online journal with multiple authors that you found in a research database. What’s a student to do? (And, no, crying and gnashing of teeth are not useful problem-solving strategies . . . in this particular situation.) Simply mouse over “Research Help” on the library homepage, and click on Citation Styles. There, you’ll find a cornucopia of helpful sites about citations in the major style formats – MLA, APA, Chicago, etc. A good all-purpose site to use is the one associated with the featured book, The Bedford Handbook. These resources should help you put the polish on your bibliographies. Good luck with your projects!