Not as confident navigating a computer as you would like to be? No problem! Come into the Library to get the skills you need to be successful. The Library Lab Technicians, Carole and Bev, are available during the Library’s hours to help show you how to do the tasks that you have not mastered yet. Feel free to come in at anytime, no appointment is necessary. However, one-on-one instruction time is more available in the afternoons and evenings Monday-Thursday. Let us help you succeed!
Does citing confuse you? With all of the different styles that exist in the citing world, it can produce a headache easily. Check out our “Citation Quick Links” in order to better understand how to properly format your paper.
Still confused? Don’t hesitate to ask a librarian. We’re just a call, chat, text, or email away!
It’s National Library Week, so the NWTC Library is having a contest all week long!
- Check something out (you can even use the Self-Check machine)
- Rip your receipt (so part of it has your name on it)
- Throw that part into the bowls by the Library entrance. (That’s it. You are entered in the contest).
You Can Win:
- Study snacks (nom nom nom!)
- An overnight laptop for any night you choose
- First “dibs” on Study Rooms for Finals Week or the Week before Finals.
- More snacks!
Help us celebrate!
Interested in what software the Library has to offer on our computers? Check out our up-to-date map and list of the program-specific software available on the computers in the NWTC Library here. Or you can grab one of our “Master Software Lists” in the green folder that is located next to the printer room in the Library. Pay attention to the specific workstations that has the software you are looking for. It may only be at certain locations!
If you’re graduating at the end of this semester, you’ve probably already begun to create/revise your cover letter and resume for when you begin your job hunt. Having a professional resume is so important because you want to present a great image of yourself and stand out from other possible candidates. Because you want to stand out in a good way, here’s some advice on words you should not include in your resume: http://career-services.monster.com/yahooarticle/words-to-eliminate-from-your-resume#WT.mc_n=yta_fpt_article_eliminate_words.
The Library has great resources available to you that will help get your cover letter/resume ready to land your dream job, so stop in today!
Working on your Annotated Bibliography and Research Paper for your English Composition class? If you’re starting to do research for these two connect assignments, the Library has resources for you!
To help you pick a current/controversial topic to write an argumentative paper about, visit the Library’s research guide for Current, Controversial Topics here: http://nwtc.libguides.com/current_topics. Then, you can browse our databases “Opposing Viewpoints” and “SIRS” to search for articles on current issues.
We’ve made a lot of changes this past year to the Green Bay campus Library, and we’d love to get your feedback about these new services. Please take 2 minutes to fill out our 4-question survey – https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GMPKCGD. There are also paper surveys available in the Library. Thank you!
- Learn how you can use the Library’s CyberZone on Sundays!
- Watch for contests and prizes during National Library Week – April 12-18. One prize will be the chance to sign up for the Study Rooms before everyone else during Finals Week!
- Remember to come for our Special Sunday hours before Finals Week – May 3 and May 10 from noon – 4 pm.
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