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Author Archives: Jason Puckett
I have library books that are due. What happens while GSU Library is closed? We’re adjusting due dates for items you have checked out so that nothing will become overdue. At this writing, we’ve just updated all due dates to … Continue reading
Welcome back to the GSU Libraries! Want to learn your way around? Use your smartphone and the free ActionBound app to take a tour of any of the GSU libraries. You’ll learn your way around the library buildings, and the … Continue reading
Lots of researchers love the easy, powerful, and free reference manager Zotero. You can take advantage of many of the great features of Zotero with their new web-based bibliography creator, ZoteroBib. You don’t have to install any software, there are … Continue reading
We’re offering two workshops on the bibliography software Zotero this summer — one in person and one online. Zotero is a program that makes it easy to save citations and automatically create bibliographies in Word. It’s easy to use and free. For … Continue reading
June is the American Library Association’s GLBT Book Month, a nationwide celebration of the authors and writings that reflect the lives and experiences of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community. Each week this month, one of our librarians or … Continue reading
Who is Denise? I am the Education Librarian working primarily with the College of Education and Human Development. In this role, I teach users how to locate, use, and evaluate information. I also cover topics such as reference management software, … Continue reading