Asian History at the Library

Asia is both the largest and most populous continent on earth, with approximately 30% of the land mass and 60% of the population.  When many Americans think of ‘Asia’, images of large Chinese cities, endless Japanese anime, or trendy K-Pop idols come to mind.  While that is certainly correct, Asia contains so much more culture […]

Coronavirus Research Database Review

To keep the Bellevue University community informed of the first influenza pandemic of the 21st century, the Bellevue University Library recently added a new ProQuest database titled, “The Coronavirus Research Database” to the list of Library Databases.  This timely resource includes ongoing coverage of the most urgent Coronavirus news, as well as open-access to research […]

New Classes, New Faces, New Beginnings

Celebrated since the 1960s, “National Back to School Month” occurs every August. Teachers, schools, parents, and students are preparing for a safe and healthy return to learning and studying. Traditionally for students, back-to-school meant making new friends, renewing old acquaintances, shopping for new clothes and supplies, and doctor check-ups.  For teachers, back-to-school meant organizing their […]

Board Game Checkout and Puzzle Exchange

Unfortunately, due to the current situation with the Coronavirus, the Library will be temporarily stopping the circulation of our games and puzzles. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Plagiarism and Copyright Resources

What is plagiarism? Plagiarism is a broad term which refers to when someone submits or otherwise takes credit for work that is not their own. There are many forms of plagiarism, all of which harm both you and the university as a whole. Five simple steps to avoid plagiarism: Use original ideas. Do not reuse […]