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Last Updated: Apr 15, 2014 URL: http://geiselguides.anselm.edu/HAS Print Guide RSS Updates

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About this Guide

Welcome to your 'Humanities After School' library guide!  Please become familiar with the content within the tabs above and use the info provided when you need it. The first few tabs will point you to appropriate books and articles.  Next there is a tab with content that will help you with your team bibliography. This is a very important step in preparing your presentations. Another tab will provide information on evaluating websites.

Nancy "Sam" Urtz

Reference Librarian
Geisel Library
Saint Anselm College

 

Using Saint Anselm College Library Materials

Library books and journals are for use only by Saint Anselm College students and by researchers such as yourselves who sign into the library system while visiting our campus. Therefore, while here on Mondays, you should make the most of your time by consulting library resources rather than internet search engines like Google. Your student mentors and I will assist you in locating, copying, printing and emailing useful materials from the Geisel Library's collections. I look forward to working with you all during the coming year!

 

Using Manchester City Library Materials

 Please also remember that the Manchester City Library  - located at 405 Pine Street and 76 N. Main Street -  is also here to serve you. They have a very large collection of biographical material and can help you too.  If you do not yet have a library card, I encourage you to get one (bring proof of residency).

Main Library hours
  • Monday 8:30 - 8:30
  • Tuesday 8:30 - 8:30
  • Wednesday 8:30 - 5:30
  • Thursday 8:30 - 8:30
  • Friday 8:30 - 5:30
  • Saturday 9:30 - 2:30 
  • Sunday Closed
West Community Library hours
  • Monday Closed 
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday 12:30 - 8:30
  • Thursday 9:30 - 5:30
  • Friday 9:30 - 5:30
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
 

Using Manchester School District Library Materials

English Language Learner Reference Center (ELLRC)
This multi-purpose information resource is designed for middle and high school students and anyone that is new to the English language. Check to see if there is useful information there about your portraits.

To access ELLRC, please contact your school's ELL coordinator or your school librarian.  id: MWHS  pass:  library

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Geisel Library - Saint Anselm College
100 Saint Anselm Drive
Manchester, NH 03102
603.641.7307
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Spring Semester Schedule 2014

January: 27  review/catch up

February: 3 - Begin Story Board w Ms. Chick

February 10 - Illustration Searching

 March 10 -details...what's in/what's out (culling research/Ms. Chick)

March 17 - PPT tweaking...(speaker?)

March 24 - Finish up presentations

March 31 - Rehearse in the library

April 7 - Rehearse on site (choreography and staging: who stands where, who speaks, who points, who moves slides, etc.)

April 15 - Results/Presentations/Celebration...venue

  • Short background building
  • Introduce and preface each initiative by sharing goals, standards, projects and participants/roles) prior to group presentations

 

Accomplishments

 

  • Gotten to know one another through fun exercises and activities
  • Introduction to Saint Anselm College
  • Introduction to The Humanities
  • Tour of the Geisel  Library
  • Introduction to library research
  • Accessing and navigating the Library Guide
  • Why use library sources rather than Google
  • Begin research by exploring online encyclopedias
  • Review guidelines for December 'mini-presentations'
  • Importance of proper citation - Plagiarism & MLA
  • Register and learn to use EasyBib
  • Find book chapters
  • Attend presentation about 'presentation skills'
  • Work on a poster to be displayed on December 9
  • Prepare further for the mini-presentations on December 9
  • Find journal articles
  • Work on presentations
  • Practice public speaking
  • Learn how to create a storyboard
  • Searching for illustrations and presenting a poster
  • Make presentations in the auditorium

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