Archive for November, 2018

Crunch Time? Crush it in the Library!

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

It’s crunch time! Research papers due, essays to write, exams on the horizon… this can be the most stressful time of thefloating clocks academic year. Don’t panic! The library can help. Here’s how:

1. Study longer. Extended study hours begin on Friday, November 23rd.  Penticton Campus is hosting the Long Night Against Procrastination on November 22, so you can study until 2 a.m.! More library time = more study = success.

2. Find the perfect resource for your paper. Visit in person at the Research Desk, or online here.

3. Beat the citation blues. MLA, APA, Chicago – we can answer your questions & show you resources to make citation a breeze.

4. Borrow a laptop for an hour, a day, even a week.

5. Print, copy, or scan & e-mail your assignments using library copy machines. Don’t know how? Ask a lab monitor to give you a demo.

6. Study in peace in our Quiet Study Area on the third floor.

7. Study with friends by reserving a Group Study Room.

8. Work on a computer in the peace & quiet of the Kelowna Library Lab (L203). Check the schedule outside the door to see when it’s available for student use.

9. Read a book. Whether it’s for an assignment or relaxation, reading has a ton of life-long benefits. (And here’s the research to prove it!)

10. Ask us a question! All of us here in the library want to help you succeed.


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