Struggling with EndNote? You aren’t alone! Join other students in this end-of-semester crash course introduction to the popular citation management tool—EndNote online.
See details below.
Note: The library will be offering several EndNote workshops during the Spring semester. This session is geared towards graduate students who need emergency help with EndNote in order to complete a project/thesis/dissertation.
Date: Wednesday December 4
Place: Library Room 209
What to bring: Please bring your laptop if possible
The first hour (1-2 pm) will be the basics of EndNote Online, geared towards graduate students. This includes:
- setting up an EndNote online account
- entering references
- installing the Cite While You Write plug-in for Word
- using Cite While You Write to insert in-text citations and bibliography
The second hour (2-3 pm) will be reserved for questions and individual assistance on other issues. We encourage you to attend both hours of the workshop; however, if you’ve already accomplished the basics being covered from 1-2 pm, you may choose to bring your computer and your specific issues or problems for the 2-3 pm lab portion of the workshop.
Questions? Please contact Chapel-Cowden@utc.edu or Beverly-Kutz@utc.edu.
Greetings Students.... Just a few reminders...
Final Exams begin on Wednesday, December 4. There are finals scheduled on Saturday December 7th this year. The last day of finals is Monday, December 9.
Fees for Spring are due on December 13, 2013.
Registration for Spring will go offline at 5p on December 13, 2013. [...]
Here's your chance to let financial aid know what your education is REALLY costing you!
Ever wonder how financial aid costs are set?
Curious as to who determines what costs are associated with attending UTC?
Well, Surprise! The answer to this question is...YOU DO!
Your answers to the questions in the Cost of Attendance Survey are what assists the financial aid staff in determining costs and setting financial aid budgets for students. [...]
Due to the bad weather, paws-itivity will be cancelled for today. Weather permitting, it will still be held on Monday, Dec. 2.
Nancy L. Badger, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice Chancellor, Student Services
Director, Counseling and Personal Development
U. of TN Chattanooga
"Reality is the leading cause of stress for those who are in touch with it."
Jane Wagner [...]
What is Angel Tree?
Angel Tree was created for children whose families are unable to provide gifts and clothing to their children during the holiday season. There are angel tags that contain a child's name, age, gender, clothing sizes, and gift wishes. Last year the salvation army provided 4,763 angels with Christmas joy! When you pick up the angel tag you are "adopting an angel"! [...]
Get ready for finals with our Study 911 contest! You could win one of three UTC prize packs filled with study materials and Mocs goodies! All you have to do is answer the questions in our fun quiz here, http://tinyurl.com/Study911ContestF13. All the answers can be found on our Study 911 page here, www.utc.edu/about/study-911/. [...]
A student has arranged for the following activity:
Subject: Peace & Paws-itivity Event
Recent visitors with big angry signs and final exams have created a stressful environment on campus. Let's take that negative energy and create some happy positive energy. And what makes people more happy than puppies and kitties? Come share your furry friend or family member that loves to play well with others at UTC. (All animals need to be on a leash and up to date on shots!) All day this Monday and Tuesday and next Monday (11/25-26 and 12/2) outside the UC on the grassy [...]
Attention UTC Campus:
On Sunday, November 24 the Chattanooga Women’s Basketball team will host Auburn at 2:00 pm. In preparation for this game, Lot 35 has been closed.
Tomorrow, Lot 20 will close at 10:00 am. Please remove all cars from this lot prior to this time.
Thank you in advance for your assistance with helping us to provide premier service to our campus.
Greetings Female Students!
It's that time of the semester- you're on auto pilot, going through the motions and getting what you need to get done done. How much time are you setting aside for self-care? What if you had a guaranteed hour in your schedule each week to fulfill this need via a diverse, supportive group of women? The Women's Center, in conjunction with the Dean of Students Office & Counseling & Personal Development is excited to bring another unique program to campus this spring. Women's Circle is a group for female leaders to attend weekly and share, explore & [...]
It has come to our attention that students on campus are having some very strong reactions to the "speakers" in Heritage Plaza this week. Unfortunately, the speakers have chosen to use some very inflammatory language which can trigger distressing feelings for many individuals. Survivors of physical, sexual or verbal abuse may find themselves “triggered” by this language and re-experience or re-feel issues related to their abuse. These feelings can be very intense and difficult to handle. The speakers are also using harsh and judgmental language which has affected many groups on campus, including International Students, LGBTQ students, and students who [...]