Webinar: How to Use the Online Library

Join Director of Library & Learning Resources Emily O’Connor for an informative and interactive webinar covering the numerous resources available to all students. Discover the articles, books, eBooks, APA citation resources, and the access points for all these vital resources. Find answers to questions on tutoring and study groups, determining your learning style, where to have your papers reviewed and the best study aids. View this info-packed webinar to jumpstart your success for the quarter and beyond.

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This article was written by the Rasmussen College Library and Learning Center. From research techniques to citation preferences, Librarians across Rasmussen College’s 22 campuses possess a wealth of knowledge to help improve a student’s academic experience. They help students navigate online resources for academic research, answer APA formatting and citation questions, utilize NoodleBib tools for coursework, and give insight on library resources, including books, databases, and online articles. Look back for future webinars.

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