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Tutors are available in the LRC located on the second floor of Gipe Hall to help with Math, English and other courses. Tutoring schedules are posted each semester in the LRC or call 765-269-5617 for available times.
Monday - Thursday 8:00 - 7:00
Friday 8:00 - 5:00
Saturday 9:30 - 1:00
Don't Leave Home Without It !!!!!
Do you have one of these?
It's called many things: jump drive, thumb drive, travel drive, USB drive, flash drive......but whatever you call it get one to save all of your school documents. Keep it with you at all times and use it !!! As soon as you start your Word document or your PowerPoint project save your work to your jump drive and keep saving your documents as you work. It will save much time and grief if something happens to your work and you haven't saved it. These drives are not expensive. Check the newspaper flyers and often you can find them on sale for less than $10. The following document, prepared by Mary Williams (Ivy Tech faculty member), will explain how to rename your drive in case you lose it and also how to save documents. Click HERE or on the image above.
Books in the Campus Library
The Student's Survival Guide to Research by
Call Number: Z710 .M43 2015
Publication Date: 2015
Jumping head first into a research project is a surefire recipe for stress and confusion. Library instruction expert McAdoo has penned a primer specifically tailored to novice researchers, offering beginning-to-end guidance for every step of the research process, from planning and preparing to conducting and writing
The College Student's Research Companion by
Call Number: Z710 .Q37 2011
Publication Date: 2011
Most students faced with writing a research paper probably start at the same place--Google. Arlene Quartiello and Jane Devine provide up-to-date guidance for using traditional and online sources. Learn to select a topic, effectively find and evaluate the best information in both print and electronic formats.
How To Take Cornell Notes
Electronic Books on IvyCat
Please do not download the ebooks in this guide. Downloading the book will prevent access for all other students. You may read these books online. Please share !