Enjoy your holiday weekend and remember the reason why Monday is a holiday.
The Sitka Campus has scholarship opportunities available for different programmatic and demographic uses in supporting students. Any Sitka student wishing to be considered for these awards must fill out the UA Foundation scholarship application online. Students must be in good financial aid standing and have completed the FAFSA in most cases.
The website mentions a February deadline for this application to be considered for Foundation funds but Sitka Program students can apply year-round for campus foundation funds. Interested students should complete the application and contact Chris Washko, Student Success Manager, for more instructions or with questions.
Email Chris Washko
Great tip! Everyone needs to take back an email sometimes. Gmail gives you 10 seconds to do just that. Check it out at the link below…
Another great resource from The Visual Communication Guy!
How It Works
Using the fan chart and by associating the numbers with the citation parts in the key to the right, you can cite nearly any source in MLA format. Here’s how:
1) Locate the type of source you are trying to cite within one of the four source categories: Books, Periodicals, Online Sources, or Other.
2) Identify the colored thread in the fan chart that is associated with your source.
3) Moving left to right in your source’s column of trapezoids, jot down each number.
4) Use the list below to match the number with the complete citation information for each number. Note: The punctuation in each numbered item is exactly as it should appear in your citation.
5) Fill out your citation in the proper order.
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Classes start May 18!
The Sitka Campus is offering a wide variety of classes this summer. Many classes are offered face-to-face and by distance. View your choices and register today!
Questions? Contact an advisor to discuss your options or to schedule an appointment.
From the Faculty Learning Corner…
While we’re all thinking about graduation today, we thought you might enjoy a few funny graduation speeches (I enjoyed Stephen Colbert and Neil DeGrasse Tyson in particular!).
And for those of you in a more serious mood, NPR has picked out 300 addresses going back to 1774! You can search by name, school, date or theme and listen to some awesome commencement speeches.
Congratulations to all graduates!
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RefME is a free web and mobile tool to generate citations, reference lists and bibliographies. With REfME you can:
- Create references with one click
- Reference in many styles including MLA, APA, and Harvard
- Scan book and journal barcodes to generate a reference (Get the app in the App Store or Google Play)
- Store your references in the cloud
Although this tool may make referencing easy, it shouldn’t replace knowing how to create references ‘by hand.’ We have many resources for you on our Additional Resources page under Citing Sources.
Review some popular note taking methods in the infographic below and be sure to check out our tutorial on Note Taking!
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