Yes, we’re open! YCCC Library hours for the week of Spring Break are as follows:
Tues, Wed, Thurs: 9am - 5pm
Fri: 9am - 1pm
Sat: 10am - 2pm
An annotated bibliography is a bibliography of the sources that you are using for your research project that includes a summary or evaluation of each source. Usually your summary or evaluation will be a short paragraph, but your instructor may give you more detailed guidelines. You can create annotated bibliographies within Noodlebib, in either APA or MLA format. Here are examples of what annotated bibliographies actually look like.
For further information, visit the Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University’s website.
Pine Warblers are back on campus after spending the winter in the southeastern US. Listen for their trills in the tree tops.
- 1 week ago
Within the last week, Spring Peepers have become vocal on the YCCC campus in the evening. Listen from the edge of the parking lot after sunset and you’ll likely hear the loud voices of these tiny treefrogs. If you time it right, you may also hear one or several American Woodcocks doing their twilight display!
- 2 weeks ago
By default, a Summon keyword search retrieves results from a variety of article databases, online encyclopedias and eBooks. But did you know that you can also search in one particular source using Summon? Just include the text PublicationTitle:(“name of publication”) along with your keywords, or use the advanced search option.
Click here for more Summon tips.