Library News and Events

ProQuest Flow Is Now RefWorks

Last year, ProQuest introduced Flow, a user-friendly alternative to the RefWorks citation management program. Now ProQuest has made another change: Flow has been retired and RefWorks is back.

new RefWorks screen capture

Flow is gone in name only. ProQuest took all the features of Flow and put them into the new RefWorks. If you have been using Flow, the new RefWorks will look exactly the same. You can log into RefWorks with you Flow username and password, and all the documents you saved to Flow will be in RefWorks.

When you log into the new RefWorks, don't forget to go to tools and grab the Save to RefWorks button. This replaces the Save to Flow button, which still works (it sends you to RefWorks), but may stop working at any time.

Remember, if you want to save your articles to a citation manager, think RefWorks, not Flow. Look for RefWorks when exporting citations from the library databases, and go to refworks.proquest.com to access your saved articles. But while the name has changed, all the features and friendliness of Flow live on in the new RefWorks.

Neal Smith Monday, February 1, 2016 - 09:40
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Look for the LibApps Link in Canvas

The Library's LibGuides have arrived in Canvas. Click on the LibApps link to access LibGuides pages within Canvas.

The LibApps link is customized to your classes. It will show you the most relevant LibGuides for your class. For example, in a nursing class, the LibApps link will take you to the APA Style Guide and the Nursing Guide. In a calculus class, the LibApps link will take you to the Math and Numbers Guide.

Remember the LibApps link when you want research help or to access the library resources. The Library is only a click away.

Neal Smith Monday, January 25, 2016 - 15:36
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Spiritual Resource of the Week
cover to Encouragement Changes Everything

Encouragement Changes Everything: Bless and Be Blessed

by John C. Maxwell

Summary:Encouragement is an essential nutrient of growing a positive attitude and improving life, and providing that encouragement benefits both the giver and the receiver(s). The world's foremost leadership expert, John Maxwell, offers practical advice on how to effectively provide the kind of encouragement that transforms individuals, families, churches, and work teams into happier, healthier, more affirming networks. "Encouragement Changes Everything" focuses on the importance of valuing and growing relationships.

 

Neal Smith Tuesday, January 19, 2016 - 10:31
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