Friday, November 1, 2013


 "Time to Count Your TIGER Blessings!"

"What We Have In The Library That You Can Use"

Use the online catalog to locate: 
Print books, eBooks, government documents, CD's and DVD'S
eBooks, eBooks, eBooks,  eBooks............ Check them out!!
Use the periodical collection for:
 pleasure reading, staying abreast of current trends / technologies and locating  articles

Use the study room for:
Meetings, group studying and  group projects

Use the Library Media Center to:
View and listen to DVD's, VHS tapes, CD's and segments from
 "Films on Demand"

Examples of  Benedict's online databases: EBSCO, CQ Researcher, 
Access World News, JSTOR, ERIC, Gale Virtual Reference Library, Health Source 

Use the Archives to:
Research Benedict's history, biographical sketches of early and recent presidents, college programs, 
flyers, scrapbooks, sports documents and look at yearbooks from the past.

 Writing Tip of the Month 
 Avoid Plagiarism. Plagiarism is defined  as "to steal or pass off (the ideas or words of another) as your own." Cite every source that you use with the correct bibliographic information.  Give the author credit for his work. Click on this link for more information on plagiarism   
How to Avoid Plagiarism.

Thought for the Day!

November 11, 2013 
  • Nov. 28 Thanksgiving Day
  • American & National Diabetes Month
  • National Alzheimer's Disease Month
Library Resources:
  • Applebaum, Diana. Thanksgiving : an American holiday, an American history.
  • Becker, Robert.  Alzheimer disease : from molecular biology to therapy.
  • Boelts, Maribeth. The firefighters' Thanksgiving.
  • Gibbons, Gail. Thanksgiving is--.
  • Glendinning, Sally. Jimmy and Joe have a real Thanksgiving.
  • Perry, George.  Alterations in the neuronal cytoskeleton in Alzheimer disease.
  • Petit, William. The encyclopedia of diabetes.
  • Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. Healthy eating for life to prevent and treat diabetes.
  • South Carolina ETV. The South Carolina Vietnam memorial [videorecording].
  • Stanley, Carl. Diabetes [videorecording] : an introduction.
  • Tattersall, Robert.  Diabetes : the biography.

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