Cindy Strong is the liaison librarian for the School of Education.
Office: #127 Main floor of the library
- To find journal articles, begin your research with one of the Core Resources listed on the Databases page.
- After exploring the Databases, check out the Websites page for helpful, mostly free, Internet sites for research.
- Examine the Reference Sources page for print reference items.
Library of Congress Classification Outline explore this web site for an understanding of how books in an academic library are organized.
Harvard--Principles of Paraphrasing use this free resource to learn about plagiarism and paraphrasing.
APA Style Guide to Electronic References You will need to authenticate yourself as an SPU patron. Supplement to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association 6th edition. Covers how to cite myriad electronic resources. Click on the Online access to e-book -- Login using your Seattle Pacific University email user name and password link. Use your Banner login information to access this resource.
Purdue University's OWL site (Online Writing Lab)--very helpful resource for guiding you on how to cite sources using the APA format.
RefWorks Write-N-Cite 4 use this to find instructions on how to use the newest version (June 2012) of Write-N-Cite 4