Tag Archives: research

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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‘A’ Grade Paper Pays Off

At Globe University, students are rewarded for their academic excellence. Each quarter, Globe University’s Online Library runs a contest to determine the best research paper out of all the student papers that received an ‘A’ grade. The winner of the Globe University Online Research Award Contest for Winter 2013 is Dorothy Miller, who is earning
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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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The Value of a Paralegal

Contributed by Laura Nelson, Paralegal Program Chair, Globe University – Green Bay A word of caution to the attorneys in the audience: Do not underestimate the value of a paralegal!  Just like everyone else in this tense and volatile economic climate, your clients are looking to pinch their pennies to save money, too.  Your time
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Five Ways to Prepare for a Career Fair

If you’re searching for a job, you already know how stressful it can be. One way to tackle the stress of finding the perfect opportunity is to attend career fairs. Career fairs, or job fairs, can be advantageous for you when it comes to finding the perfect job for you. As a student, you can get
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How do I Give and Take in a Quote? Using the Ellipsis and Brackets

Question: Can I change a quote? Answer: Of course you can, but you have to tell your reader when you are doing it. To show the reader that you are omitting words from a quote, you use the ellipsis: . . . When you add words to clarify, you need to use brackets: [ ]
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Globe University – Madison East Recognized for Outstanding Community Service

Globe University – Madison East is proud to announce they have been selected as the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) Honorable Mention winner for the Community Service Recognition Award 2012!  Medical Assistant Program Chair, Elisha Terre, submitted their nomination which was chosen as one of the top three finalists nationally by representatives from the
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