So much thanks to Ladysmith Resource Centre, MCFD, Discovery and
BBQ Thank You
So much thanks to Ladysmith Resource Centre, MCFD, Discovery and Frank Jameson Community Centre for caring for our students during Youth Week. Yesterday we had representatives from these caring organizations BBQing for our students. What a wonderful community we live in. Students you can show your appreciation by keeping our community clean, respecting our neighbours and doing your best at school. Have a great day. D. Travers.
Famous Canadians for Black History Month. Lincoln Alexander was
Black History Month
Famous Canadians for Black History Month. Lincoln Alexander was a lawyer, Member of Parliament, Cabinet Minister and a War Veteran, but he is probably best known as the former Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. Alexander was the first Black Member of Parliament in Canadian History.
On the library blog today - we are going to talk about citing our
Research 101 Part Four: Citing Your Sources
On the library blog today – we are going to talk about citing our sources as part of the research process. This is absolutely an essential skill for every single academic discipline. In a nutshell – citing your sources means clearly identifying all the sources of your information. Click here to read: bit.ly/2VQfpVH
The End of Semester struggle is real.. But you’ve got this. Tod
New on the library blog - Research 101 part two: Using Databases
The End of Semester struggle is real.. But you’ve got this. Today we are going to look at online databases. When it’s time to dive deeper into your research, online databases are where you want to be looking to find your information. Click through to read more: http://bit.ly/2QAZmqX
In the spirit of helping LSS students get. stuff. done. these nex
New blog post: Research 101 - Encyclopedias vs. Databases
In the spirit of helping LSS students get. stuff. done. these next two weeks, we’re going to be posting a series of blog posts to help you work through your final projects and assignments. First up: a research refresher on using online encyclopedias & databases in our research. Here we go! http://bit.ly/2RiqvEs
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