EndNote is one brand of citation management software. It can help you manage your full text articles and create citations. For more information, see our guide or contact John Wiswell (email@example.com).
Although electronic resources are available 24/7, even through university breaks, problems do arise. If your database, journal, ebook, or other resource fails to open or otherwise misbehaves, one option is to complete our Report a Problem form. You can access it by clicking on Report a problem, on the far right of Databases page.
Many of of our streaming films are available through our catalog, but we also request others through Swank, Kanopy, Docuseek2, and other platforms. Many films are not available for library-friendly streaming, but you don't know until you check. See our guides to Streaming Video and Swank or ask us.
Google Scholar, on the Library's main page, is missing its Find @ AppState links. These links are sometimes the only way to access full text. Google appears to be slow in responding to this problem that is affecting all libraries, not only Appalachian.
Of course, Google Scholar offers many live buttons, so often the article titles and links on right column will give you full text.
The Modern Language Association (MLA) recently introduced the 8th edition of the MLA Handbook. The 8th edition is available at the Library Service Desk on the 1st floor of the library, and librarians can help you correctly cite your sources.
The library, along with the University Writing Center (lower level), offer additional help with citing from the following guides:
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