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The Library may experience temporary loss of access to some journals, databases and other resources resulting from end-of-year funding transactional delays. We are actively monitoring the situation. If you’re not able to access an item, contact us at Ask a Librarian and we will work with you to obtain the item via Interlibrary Loan.
Thesis processors have answers! Bring us your questions about:
- Thesis template formatting
- Python Thesis Dashboard
- Microsoft Office -- Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Drop in at the GWC - Mon & Thu, 1500-1600
Drop in to our offices (Library Rm. 111) Mon-Fri, 0900-1600
Need to update your research and writing skills? Sign up for a workshop today!
|Crafting Convincing Arguments: Attack and Defense||Tue, Jan 21||1000-1130|
|Thesis Quickstart||Tue, Jan 21||1200-1250|
|Strategies for Active-Voice Writing||Tue, Jan 21||1300-1430|
|Mastery Series: Grammar||Wed, Jan 22||1000-1130|
|Research Quickstart||Wed, Jan 22||1200-1250|
|Paraphrasing and Quoting Like a Pro||Wed, Jan 22||1300-1430|
|Mastering the Literature Review||Thu, Jan 23||1000-1130|
|Mastery Series: Punctuation||Thu, Jan 23||1300-1430|
|Citation Management with Zotero||Fri, Jan 24||1000-1150|
|Critical Thinking in Review||Fri, Jan 24||1300-1430|
All workshops in Room 151 unless marked otherwise.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (831) 656-3680.
Calhoun is a great place for your NPS research publications! Permanent, "Handle"-style links work well with FAIRS and can do double-duty to populate your curriculum vita.
Calhoun is a pubic access archive for NPS-affiliated publications such as published articles, conference papers, presentations, book reviews, technical reports, patents and other scholarly works.
The library can do the work of hosting, record-creating and statistics-gathering. We want to make your work visible and shareable!
Is Calhoun missing something? Contact NPSCalhoun@nps.edu or librarian Irene Berry @x3825 for additions, corrections and questions.