Monthly Archives: September 2008

Historical Truth

How do you know when something is historically true or not, and if it is, are we able to discover it? Lisa Garofali discusses these two points in her latest blog, click here to continue reading.

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Book Review: Diplomatics by Luciana Duranti

No, Diplomatics is not the study of diplomacy or politics but the study of documents. It has been described by its leading practitioner, Luciana Duranti, “As studying the written document by analyzing the information transmitted or described by means of … Continue reading

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Fall 2008 RefWorks Training Sessions for Faculty and Graduate Students

RefWorks, the on-line bibliographic and citation software, is available to faculty and graduate students at Youngstown State University. RefWorks assists the serious researcher in managing citation information in a centralized, web-based application.This management program permits the exportation of citation information … Continue reading

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Scholastic Book Fair

It’s back!!! Due to popular demand, the Scholastic Book Fair will be held Monday, September 15th through Thursday, September 18th, in the Wilcox Curriculum Resource Center (First Floor, Beeghly College of Education). Hours will be 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. … Continue reading

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Library Workshops–something for everyone!

Whether you’re a seasoned researcher or have urinary tract infection symptoms, take a look at the range of resources being presented in our FALL 08 workshop lineup. http://www.maag.ysu.edu/docs/newdoc.htm For more information, contact Becky Roberts at x1720. (rkroberts@ysu.edu)

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