ProQuest Research Companion has multimedia-based learning modules and interactive tools focused on the key information literacy principles of finding, evaluating, and using information.

The trial period starts today and ends September 21. To access this resource, go to our trials page.
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Email: reference@wssu.edu
Or Visit: O’Kelly Library
601 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Winston-Salem, NC 27110

LibGuides v2 goes live on Monday.  When you click Resources by Subject on the library’s home page, you will see the new version.  The old guides will be active via the URL below for 3 months:
http://wssu.v1.libguides.com/index.php
Version 1 redirects to the URL above and will no longer work after November 13, 2014.

Any links or shortcuts/bookmarks/favorites to version 1 of LibGuides will need to be updated to the new v2 URLs before that date.

If you have any questions, please contact a librarian.

Also, while you are on our home page, please familiarize yourself with the new layout.

Refworks Write-N-Cite has been placed on Kbox for university users to be able to download.  Just look for the link titled Install: ProQuest For Word.

This program helps by incorporating the citation manager tool with Microsoft Word, to help you insert citation information as you create your document.  For further information, please read more.

The Home Grown eBook Collection is now available via NCLive! The collection is accessible from the eBooks category page, and titles will appear in search results on NCLive search boxes. For more details about the collection, please see the announcement on the For Library Staff blog.

There is a short FAQ for the collection, which is accessible to patrons from the nclive.org FAQ page and the eBooks help page.

Please send any questions and issues to the NC LIVE Help Desk, and enjoy the collection!