Category Archives: Current Announcements

DiSC Personality Training with Eyes on the Prize Leadership Coaching

DiSC Personality Training

Eyes on the Prize founder and CEO Lisa JonesDiSC is widely regarded as the most efficient and effective personal assessment tool for improving individual and team performance in the workplace, with over 40 million users worldwide.

Join us for a training on the DiSC personality types from Lisa Jones, founder and CEO of Eyes on the Prize Leadership Coaching.

Speaker: Lisa Jones
Date: Monday, February 27th 2023
Time: 3PM CST
Location: Pecan Student Union Ballroom

This event is free and open to all.

UNT Research Participants Needed

Survey Participants Needed for Research Study

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A research team at the University of North Texas is seeking survey participants who are currently enrolled in a community college. Participants must be over the age of 18 to participate in a research study titled, “Student Data Literacy Needs in Community Colleges.” The purpose of this study is to reveal community college students’ conceptions and expectations of data literacy. Participation in this study takes approximately 20 minutes of your time and includes a brief online survey about your views and a self-assessment of data skills.

We will randomly select individual participants to receive one of seven $50 Amazon e-gift cards, distributed once the survey closes.

Click here to participate

For more information about this study, please contact the research team by phone at 940-369-5408 or email Jeonghyun.Kim@unt.edu

Thank you again for considering this research opportunity.
Principal Investigator: Dr. Jeonghyun Kim, Associate Professor, Department of Information Science, University of North Texas
Email: Jeonghyun.Kim@unt.edu
Phone: 940-369-5408

Research Strategies Unlocked! Workshops

Research Strategies Unlocked!

Research Strategies Unlocked! Workshops

Tuesday, January 31, 2:00pm
Keys to Library Services 

It’s more than a quiet place to study – find out all the ways the library can help you earn your degree.

Register here.


Wednesday, February 1, 6:00pm
Keys to Effective Searching 

This workshop will demonstrate information on formulating effective searches including how to start your research, how to filter search results, how to use Boolean Operators, and how to select a database.

Register here.


Monday, February 6, 6:00pm
Keys to Participating in the Research Conversation 

Get a visual understanding of where resources derive from and how you play an active role in the creation of information.

Register here.


Wednesday, February 15, 6:00pm
Keys to Wikipedia Alternatives 

Kick start your research with a credible encyclopedia from the library.

Register here.


Tuesday, February 21 2:00pm
Keys to Conducting Research 

Try these research tips and strategies to ace your assignments.

Register here.


Wednesday, February 22, 6:00pm
Keys to Asking the Right Questions

This workshop will demonstrate how research involves asking new questions by combining existing knowledge and information pulled from a variety of sources.

Register here.


Tuesday, February 28, 2:00pm
Keys to Citations and Avoiding Plagiarism 

Explore strategies and techniques that will help you avoid common pitfalls and turn in papers that make the grade.

Register here.


Thursday, March 2, 6:00pm
Keys to Selecting the Right Resource for Your Research Assignment 

This workshop will give students the upper hand in knowing what reliable resources they can choose for their research assignments. Students will also learn what the library has to offer when it comes to trustworthy resources.

Register here.


Monday, March 6, 10:00am and Tuesday, March 7, 6:00pm
Keys to Understanding Credible Sources 

Are all sources equal, or are there better sources to consult for your research—and sources to avoid? Find out how to find and use the most reliable, authoritative sources in your assignments to make the best grade.

Register here for the March 6 session.
Register here for the March 7 session.


 

Welcome to the Library


Welcome to South Texas College Library! Join us as we highlight some of the services that we offer students, faculty, and the community in this short video.

Whether you need a quiet place to study, print out a research paper, or even find an ebook, the South Texas College Library is here to help. Come visit us!

 

Semester Loans


The Semester Loan Programs provides academic support to students as they work to fulfill their educational goals by providing technology to access key tools and resources, including Library databases, eBooks, Blackboard, and other helpful online resources. Students wishing to receive one of these loans should review the eligibility requirements before submitting an application.

 

There is a limited number of semester loans available so apply now!

Submit Application

Available for students meeting the eligibility requirements.