Library Orientation – Spring 2023

January 12, 2023
Library Orientation – Spring 2023

Dear Freshmen, we will have a Library training designed for you on January 20 (Friday) at 10:15 and 11:30 AM in BAC 201. All are welcome!


Follow your schedules and let’s meet on January 20 (Friday) at 10:15 and 11:30 AM in BAC 201 so you can learn about how Panitza Library can help you during your studies at AUBG.

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You can also check out some of the books for our Orientation book display:

  1. Barnet, S., Bellanca, P., & Stubbs, M. (2013). A short guide to college writing. Pearson. PE1408 .B4315 2013
  2. Bowell, T., Cowan, R., &  Kemp, G. (2020). Critical thinking: a concise guide. Routledge. B809.2 .B69 2020
  3. Bowen, W. G., & Lack, K. A. (2013). Higher education in the digital age. Princeton University Press. LB2395.7 .B67 2013
  4. Bradbury-Haehl, N., & McGarvey, B. (2011). The freshman survival guide: soulful advice for studying, socializing, and everything in between. Center Street. LB2343.32.F74 2011
  5. Brown, L. (2014). How to write anything: a complete guide. W.W. Norton & Company. PE1408.B8573 2014
  6. Bullock, R. (2016). The Norton Field Guide to writing: with readings and handbook. W.W. Norton & Company. PE1408 .B883825 2016
  7. Critical thinking skills success in 20 minutes a day. (2015). LearningExpress. LB1590.3.S73 2015
  8. Delbanco, A. (2014). College: what it was, is, and should be. Princeton. LA227.4.D455 2014
  9. Gibaldi, J., & Achtert, W. S. (2003). MLA handbook for writers of research papers. Modern Language Association of America. LB2369.G53 2003
  10. Godfrey, J. (2013). How to use your reading in your essays. Palgrave Macmillan. LB2369 .G63 2013
  11. Harrison, H. H., Jr. (2008). 1001 things every college student needs to know (like buying your books before exams start). Thomas Nelson Publishers. LB2343.3.H385 2008
  12. Kirton, B. (2012). Brilliant academic writing. Pearson. PE1408 .K6765 2012
  13. Levitt, S. D., & Dubner, S. J. (2014). Think like a freak: the authors of Freakonomics offer to retrain your brain. HarperCollinsPublishers. BF449. L48 2014
  14. Longknife, A., &  Sullivan, K.D. (2012). Easy writing skills step-by-step: master high-frequency skills for writing proficiency fast! McGraw-Hill. PE1408.L66 2012
  15. McMillan, K., & Weyers, J. (2011). How to write dissertations & project reports. Prentice Hall. LB1047.3.M45 2011
  16. McWhorter, K. T., & Sember, B. M. (2013). College reading and study skills. Pearson/Longman. LB2395.3 .M386 2013
  17. Medina, J. (2014). Brain rules : 12 principles for surviving and thriving at work, home, and schoolPear Press. BF444 .M386 2014
  18. Reading comprehension success in 20 minutes a day. (2012). LearningExpress. LB1050.45.R429 2012
  19. Seely, J. (2020). Oxford A-Z of grammar and punctuation. Oxford University Press. PE1097 .S34 2020
  20. Sorenson, S. (2002). How to write research papers. Thomson. LB1047.3.S267 2002
  21. Thornburgh, B. (2014). Stuff every college student should know. Quirk Books. LB2343.3.T46 2014
  22. University of Texas at Arlington. (2010). No limits: foundations and strategies for college success. Hayden-McNeil Pub. LB2343.3.U5 2010
  23. Wallwork, A. (2011). English for writing research papers. Springer. LB2369 .W267 2011

Orientation Book Display

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