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Smarthinking is a service provided to Everglades University students. It allows you connect with an online tutor, ask a question and submit your writing for feedback.

Do you have questions about APA?  Come to the library workshop and get your questions answered.

Time and dates for both workshops:

  • Tuesday July 18th @ 1:00 PM
  • Wednesday July 19th@ 5:00 PM
  • Place: Room 101 both dates

 

  1. Check out our Book Swap Display

The idea is that you donate a book and then take one. Of course, who’s counting? Feel free to take one without donating or bring in all those old paperbacks you’ve been meaning to throw away.

2. Change of Hours

Please note that for the week of July 17th, I will not be in the library on Thursday, but on Wednesday instead. So if you need me that week, catch me on Monday, Tuesday or Wed.

3. APA Workshop: Thurs 7/13 12 & 5:00

APA is the way in which we structure our paper.  During these workshops, we go over various strategies, physical resources, and online resources that can be used in order to assist with this ever so vital component of the writing process.

4.  Smarthinking Workshop: Tuesday 7/18 1:00 & 5:00

Smarthinking is an online platform that our school subscribes to where students can connect with a tutor in either real-time or per an appointment.  Tutors can go over your paper in order to check for grammatical, punctuation, APA related issues, etc.  In addition, tutors can help with most subject matters that are offered at our school.

Learn more about American History including the Civil War and the American Revolution. “Celebrate your Independence All Month Long!” Boca Raton Campus students can come in and check out these books. The online division can have some of these books mailed directly to you! Also, we have displays on, “Leadership”, and College Algebra! Come and check it out if you are nearby.Display July 2017

July

A healthy lifestyle includes a balanced diet and a healthy eating plan.  A healthy eating plan according to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015-2020 (Centers for Disease Control [CDC], 2016) includes:

  • Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and fat-free or low-fat milk and milk products
  • Includes lean meats, poultry, fish, beans, eggs, and nuts
  • Is low in saturated fats, trans fats, cholesterol, salt (sodium), and added sugars
  • Stays within your daily calorie needs

The Sarasota Campus Library has many books on eating healthy and this month we displaying some of the titles available. Please stop by the Library and check our display.

APA/Smarthinking Workshops will be taking place at the following dates and times at Everglades University – Orlando Campus.

Date: Tuesday, July 11th

Time: 1:00pm

Room #: TBD (Check with Receptionist and Check Sign in the Library)

 

Date: Wednesday, July 12th

Time: 5:00pm

Room#: TBD (Check with Receptionist and Check Sign in the Library)

 

For More Information Please Contact: 

Orlando Campus Librarian: Adam Brody

Phone #: 407-277-0311 or 866-289-1078

Email: abrody@evergladesuniversity.edu

Below are descriptions of the most recent displays for the Everglades University-Orlando Campus

General Education Resources:   Are Core Classes giving you the blues this summer?  Do not worry!  The Library has you covered.  We have material regarding math, science, literature, etc.  Regardless of what program you are in, everyone must take General Education classes for Bachelors Level Programs.

Famous American Artifacts:  In honor of the 4th of July Holiday, Everglades University-Orlando Campus Library is paying homage to the Great American Artifacts.  Artifacts include our American Flag, the Constitution, and many more.  Please check out our resources regarding what these resources mean and their historical implications.

American History Collection:  The 4th of July Holiday isn’t just stopping with one display.  A display which honors some of the most significant moments in American History is also taking center stage.  Read up on many of the historical sacrifices that have been made throughout American History in order for us to have the freedoms that we hold so dear today.

 

 

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The theme for World Ocean’s Day 2017 is, “Our Oceans, Our Future”. The conservation action focus is on encouraging solutions to plastic pollution and preventing marine litter for a healthier ocean and a better future. WORLD OCEANS DAY is an annual observation to honor, help protect, and conserve the world’s oceans. The ocean provides us with many resources and services including oxygen, climate regulation, food sources, medicine, and more. World Ocean Day also provides an opportunity to take personal and community action to conserve the ocean and its resources. Learn more at: http://www.worldoceansday.org/