Our Library Information Guide has directions with screen shots showing how to format margins, paragraphs, fonts, etc. for papers in APA and MLA style. These are for Word 2016 and Google Docs. We also have model papers. All files are PDFs that can be downloaded, printed, or uploaded to course websites. We hope you find them helpful.
Last week Governor Holcomb signed legislation making Say’s Firefly our first official State Insect. Say’s Firefly is named after noted Hoosier entomologist Thomas Say. Read all about it on the Indiana Department of Natural Resources website, where you can subscribe for updates about all things relating to nature, and download an app that is great for exploring our State parks. Find out more about Thomas Say from our database Biography in Context.
Welcome to December, the darkest month of the year in the northern hemisphere. It’s not surprising that all cultures and traditions in this area have celebrations involving lights or fires and feasting. We have displays of cookbooks from our extensive collection that you can check out for your holiday cooking.
Our December graduates will surely shine brightly on all around them. We wish them all the best as they leave us. Special thanks to our wonderful library student assistant Cassondra.
New Products in the Library include the Testing and Education Reference Center database. It has practice entrance exam questions for public safety jobs, for Accounting certification, Teacher Praxis exams, the GED, SAT, CLEP, LSAT, and many more. Also included are tools for assessing career choices, writing your resume, and interviewing.
GFCLearnFree is a resource that we’d like to reintroduce. This portal contains hundreds of free training tools for students and really any adult trying to function in the USA. Improve your computer keyboarding and mousing, understand how Excel spreadsheets work, get an overview of using social media tools, reading a transit map, and so much more.
Take home books to read, add a puppet or two, and put on a show at home.Find summer reading for your kids. The Library has around 5,000 books for children. You can also check out children’s music CDs and magazines like Turtle, Ladybug, National Geographic Kids, Ranger Rick, and Your Big Backyard.We also have books for ideas for children’s activities, games, crafts, etc. You can view our puppet collection at: http://ivytechlibraryftwpuppets.wordpress.com/