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Virtual Tour of Mack Library   Tags: bju, education, instructional services, tours, virtual_tour  

A quick summary of the services available to you at the BJU Mack Library
Last Updated: Sep 11, 2012 URL: http://libguides.bju.edu/virtualtour Print Guide RSS Updates
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Walk Through the Library

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Guides for Freshmen

The Library staff is constantly creating new LibGuide sites to help you find the best resources for your study needs. These guides are  particularly suited for freshman research projects.

Citation Guide
by Nancy McGuire - Last Updated Nov 15, 2012
This guide is a helpful resource for citing materials using APA, Turabian, and MLA.
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Database Basics
by Nancy McGuire - Last Updated May 28, 2014
Highlighted databases to guide students to valuable resources. LibGuide used for English 102 Workshops.
4,230 views this year
Speech Class Presentation
by Nancy McGuire - Last Updated May 27, 2014
Suggestions to the students for completing their Freshmen speech requirements.
2,356 views this year
Electronic Book Collections
by Nancy McGuire - Last Updated May 27, 2014
A wealth of digitized books are available on the Internet.
69 views this year

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