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FYS 199-05 Our World Today, Doherty Fall 2020: Home

Library Orientation

Exterior of Clark Family Library

Check out our Library Orientation site to:

  • Learn about the building layout with floor maps
  • How to navigate the Library's website
  • Use your library account to reserve & renew items
  • Find ways to get help in person and online

Evaluating News Sources

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News Sources

Think Tanks

Think tanks are institutions that generate research and analysis. They can publish reports, blogposts and journals. They can be independent or affiliated with partisan organizations.

Citation Help

Citing Sources in a Visual Presentation

  • Include a citation for any content, quotes, or ideas from another source. The citation should be located either next to the information or below it.
  • To format your citation, use the in-text citation guidelines that are required by your professor or are used most commonly in the field you are presenting in.
  • The font size for your citations can be smaller than the other fonts on the slide, but should be legible to the audience.
  • Include a list of sources with full citation information at the end of your presentation.

These guidelines are from Bryant University Best Practices for Citing Sources in Presentations.

Director of Library Services

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Ronalee Ciocco
Director of Library Services
Clark Family Library
724-503-1001, ext. 3039