Wrapping up the First Year Blog…

Carr at Ref deskThis will be the last post on the Class of 2017 Welcome page. We hope that you have found this site helpful as you have begun your time at Bowdoin.

As we close this blog, remember that the Library exists to support your learning. If you need help with your work, the Library staff is available at our reference desks and by email and chat through our Ask Us site.  You can also contact your First Year Librarian (see the previous blog post) or your favorite reference librarian for an individual research consultation.

We would appreciate hearing any comments you might have on this site and ways that the Library can help you and future first-year classes make the transition to college research. Send your thoughts to Joan Campbell.

See you in the Library!

Learn How to Organize Your Citations

confusionUnless and until a miracle happens, and citation formats across the disciplines suddenly become identical, you will benefit greatly by learning a program to help you organize and format your citations.

Make your research life a little easier and come to one of the Library’s workshops:

Individual instruction and workshops are available throughout the year.

Fall Semester Workshops
(all workshops will take place in the ECR, basement HL Library)

EndNote for MAC Users

Mon., Sept. 16, 10AM-11AM
Tues. Oct. 8, 10AM-11AM
Thurs., Oct. 24, 3PM-4PM

EndNote for PC Users

Wed., Sept. 18, 10AM-11AM
Fri., Oct. 4, 10AM-11AM
Mon., Oct. 21, 1PM-2PM

Zotero

Thurs., Oct. 3, 12PM-1PM
Tues., Oct. 22, 1PM-2PM

For questions about EndNote and citation managers or to arrange an individual session, please contact  Karen Jung