Monthly Archives: October 2010

My Word is Not Your Word, Without My Permission!

Or is it? That may depend on who you are at USI: student or faculty? In My Word! Plagiarism and College Culture [Cornell, 2009], Notre Dame Professor of Anthropology Susan D. Blum explores the differences in knowledge and attitudes about … Continue reading

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IMAGEine That!

Need to improve your image (that is, the one required for your presentation)?  Take a look at just some of the resources available to you through Rice Library. We would recommend beginning by locating the “Research 101” LibGuide, and selecting the … Continue reading

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Answers to the "Random Quiz"

Here are the answers to our “Random Quiz” from last week.  Hope you enjoyed playing and trying out the Credo Reference “Gadgets” link! 1. Having little or no adverse or harmful effect; harmless “innocuous.” Collins English Dictionary. London: Collins, 2000. … Continue reading

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Inspect Your Gadgets

Rice Library invites you to take a random quiz… 1. What is the definition of the word innocuous?2. What is Dr. Seuss’s real name?3. What do the Pyramids of Giza look like?4. I am taking a trip to New Orleans. … Continue reading

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