The European Studies Program presents poems by international authors performed by Bates students, faculty and staff in the original languages. Weds, Nov 5th, at 4:15pm in the Main lobby of Ladd Library
Join us for just 10 minutes of time-saving research strategies!
Literature Review Sources – Sun, Oct 5th at 7pm — How to Follow a Citation – Monday, Oct 6th at 7pm — Making the Most of Google Scholar- Tues, Oct 7th at 12:30pm AND 7pm
Have 10 minutes? Join us at the Big Screen for a few pointers on searching…
Literature Review Sources on Sun, Sept 14, 7pm —
How to Read an Academic Article on Tues, Sept 16, 12:30pm —
How to Academically Use a Book on Weds, Sept 17, 4:15pm
Join us every Weds & Thurs. @ 7pm at the Big Screen Nook in the Library.
After a short hiatus to the Maine Project for Fine Art Conservation, the portrait of Prof. Jonathan Y. Stanton is back in the Library.
Downstairs to the join the run of H thru K and make more room on the 2nd floor.
For more than 30 years the Bates Library has been here to support and document the Bates Dance Festival.
— staying open late just for you!
– to all the senior geniuses, with deep apologies to Dave Eggers.
The end of the semester is upon us! If you need assistance with citations, consider the following resources: