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Connecting with the Online Librarians

During 2014, Globe University-Online’s librarians, Elaine Settergren and Ally Addison, have worked hard to make researching faster and easier for everyone. Settergren and Addison have expanded library tutorials by creating two games called Robocite and Philosoraptor. These games are about APA citation and plagiarism. The APA Citation Guide has also been redesigned to make it
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Globe University-Sioux Falls Welcomes Librarian David Bradford

A library is an essential part to any university, and Globe University-Sioux Falls is no exception. Our students have a variety of needs, from finding credible sources to learning APA and legal citations. A librarian can help students find the books and resources they need to be successful in a university setting and teach skills
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Globe University-Woodbury Welcomes New Librarian

The Globe University-Woodbury campus is excited to welcome Erica Nutzman, our new campus librarian. Erica has a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Minnesota as well as a Master’s degree in Library Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has worked in public, special and academic libraries. She has been with the Globe
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Globe University-Sioux Falls Says Goodbye to Campus Librarian Doug Murdock

Anyone who has visited Globe University–Sioux Falls’ library in the past four years has no doubt interacted with Doug Murdock or his trusted sidekick Kai the Frog. Doug was honored three times for Campus Library of the Year awards, along with several other awards throughout his career. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an
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Doug’s Top 5 Search Engines

Imagine this; you’ve been working on an assignment for weeks. You researched it wonderfully, getting lots of information from the Globe Library Internet site, used lots of the Globe University Databases, and “Googled” your brains out. Then you found out that someone ran rings around you research-wise! How did they do it? How did they
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Banned Books Week Draws Attention to Censorship

During the last week of September every year, hundreds of libraries and bookstores around the country draw attention to the problem of censorship my mounting displays of challenged books and hosting events.  The 2011 celebration of Banned Books Week was held September 24 – October 1.  With that being break week for Madison East, we
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