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Aging
by Ana Fontoura, Jennifer L Ransom - Last Updated Jan 13, 2015
Here you will find resources related to the study of Aging
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Biology
by Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 7, 2015
This guide will help you to find resources in biology and related fields. Included are links to web sites, as well as a list of books available in Gill Library, in both print and electronic form.
BULLYING
by Joanne Clayborne - Last Updated Jan 13, 2015
This LibGuide has been developed to provide information for research on the different topics of bullying, cyberbullying, articles on bullying, bullying videos', and much more.
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Census (U.S.)
by Mark Haber - Last Updated Feb 5, 2015
Here you will find information on the decennial U.S. Census. Select from the tabs above for more information.
Chemistry
by Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 14, 2015
This guide will help you to find resources in chemistry and related fields. Included are links to web sites, as well as a list of books available in Gill Library, in both print and electronic form.
Committee Groups
by Brunie Lopez - Last Updated Apr 29, 2014
View Committee Group Members, Agendas and Minutes
Creativity and Autobiography
by Susan Acampora - Last Updated Apr 24, 2015
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Ecofeminism
by Susan Acampora - Last Updated Jan 13, 2015
This guide provides resources on the field of Ecofeminism
Education
by Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 14, 2015
Emergency Backup Library
by Susan Acampora - Last Updated Jan 26, 2015
English Grammar, Style and Usage
by Jennifer L Ransom - Last Updated Sep 22, 2014
Applying rules of grammar correctly is important. The way one speaks or writes makes an impression on the listener or reader. For example, the job applicant who uses good grammar makes a better impression on the employer than one using improper grammar.
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
by Ana Fontoura, Mark Haber - Last Updated Jan 15, 2015
This guide will assist you in finding resources related to the study of Environmental Science.
Executive Leadership Program
by Ana Fontoura, Jennifer L Ransom - Last Updated Jan 13, 2015
Welcome! This guide is intended to help all Doctoral Candidates from St. John Fisher College to navigate through all the resources available to them at The College of New Rochelle as well at St. John Fisher. Feel free to contact us for more information.
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Faculty Development
by Susan Acampora, Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 14, 2015
Here you will find information on professional development opportunities for the Gill Library Faculty
Film Study
by Terry Ballard - Last Updated Apr 8, 2015
Important resources in the study of motion pictures
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Genealogy
by Kathleen Mannino - Last Updated Mar 10, 2015
Have you ever wondered about your ancestors and your heritage? This Genealogy Guide will help you research your family tree and its roots.
Gill Library Documents
by Brunie Lopez - Last Updated Apr 20, 2015
Gill Library Calendar, Gill Library Phone Directory, Meeting Dates, and Telephone Tree
Gill Library Meetings
by Brunie Lopez - Last Updated Apr 10, 2015
View agendas and minutes
Gill Library Workshops
by Susan Acampora, Lilleth Newby Beckford, Marie Octobre, Yvette Page - Last Updated Mar 30, 2015
The College of New Rochelle’s Mother Irene Gill Memorial Library is dedicated to the promotion of information literacy. The Library Workshops site is meant to inform our users of available monthly workshops on a variety of library related resources.
Government and Politics
by Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 14, 2015
This guide will help you to find resources in the fields of government and politics. Included are lists of reference books available in Gill Library in both print and electronic form, links to databases for obtaining journal articles on politics and gover
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Human Body
by Marie Octobre - Last Updated Jul 14, 2014
A Guide for Students of The Human Body (PSY 100 / BSC 100) http://libraryguides.cnr.edu/HumanBody
Human Rights
by Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 14, 2015
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Irish History
by Terry Ballard, Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 8, 2015
Important resources in the history of Ireland
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Language, Thought & Critical Analysis
by Marie Octobre - Last Updated Jul 14, 2014
A guide for LTCA (ENG 455A) http://libraryguides.cnr.edu/LTCA
Law
by Kathleen Mannino - Last Updated Jan 13, 2015
Welcome to the Law Subject Guide. This guide is intended to help students research the various divisions of the law. If you need further assistance, please visit or call the your branch campus library at The College of New Rochelle.
Libraries and Second Life
by Susan Acampora - Last Updated Jan 13, 2015
This guide provides resources to help librarians get started using Second Life as a virtual world platform for the delivery of library resources and services.
Library Form - Hands-on Help
by Susan Acampora - Last Updated Mar 11, 2015
Literature
by Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 14, 2015
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Marital and Family Therapy
by Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 14, 2015
This guide will provide resources in the field of marital and family therapy.
Modern & Classical Languages
by Marie Octobre - Last Updated Jul 14, 2014
A guide to the language and literature of the languages taught at the College of New Rochelle, including Spanish, French, Italian, Latin, and Ancient Greek. http://libraryguides.cnr.edu/Languages
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News and News Resources
by Kathleen Mannino - Last Updated Jan 13, 2015
A guide to News and Current Events resources in Gill Library
Nursing
by Kathleen Mannino - Last Updated Jan 13, 2015
Nutrition
by Ana Fontoura, Kathleen Mannino - Last Updated Jan 13, 2015
Nutrition is the science that studies the process by which living organisms acquire all the things that are necessary for them to live and grow. This guide will assist you in finding research related to nutrition.
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Philosophy
by Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 7, 2015
Psychology
by Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 7, 2015
Public Administration
by Ana Fontoura, Jennifer L Ransom - Last Updated Jan 13, 2015
In this subject guide you will find relevant resources in the field of Public Administration
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Ready Reference
by Susan Acampora - Last Updated Feb 10, 2015
Research & Information Literacy (RIL) - Spring 2015
by Jennifer L Ransom - Last Updated Apr 25, 2015
ENG216A OEC Research & Information Literacy
Research and Information Literacy (RIL)/ENG 216
by Marie Octobre - Last Updated Mar 30, 2015
Information for Student Taking the RIL /ENG 216 Course
RIL Spring 2015
by Kathleen Mannino - Last Updated Apr 20, 2015
RILSA Brooklyn Spring 2015
by Susan Acampora - Last Updated Apr 23, 2015
RILYP
by Yvette Page - Last Updated Feb 6, 2015
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Sandy
by Susan Acampora - Last Updated Jan 13, 2015
School of New Resources - New Rochelle Campus
by Kathleen Mannino - Last Updated Sep 2, 2014
This guide is for Instructional Staff and Adjuncts at the School of New Resources - New Rochelle Campus.
Science & Human Values
by Marie Octobre - Last Updated Jan 13, 2015
A guide for Science & Human Values (HUM 102/SCI 102) http://libraryguides.cnr.edu/ScienceHumanValues
Social Work
by Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 7, 2015
This guide will help you to find resources in social work and related fields. Included are links to web sites, as well as a list of books available in Gill Library, in both print and electronic form.
Sociology
by Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 7, 2015
This guide will help you to find resources in sociology and related fields. Included are links to web sites, as well as a list of books available in Gill Library in both print and electronic form.
Statistics
by Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 7, 2015
This guide will help you to find resources for statistical information. Included are links to web sites, as well as a list of reference books available in Gill Library, in both print and electronic form.
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The Constitution of the United States
by Kathleen Mannino - Last Updated Oct 19, 2014
Information, resources, and links related to the United States Constitution
Turnitin Antiplagiairism Program
by Susan Acampora - Last Updated Mar 6, 2015
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Women's Studies
by Mark Haber - Last Updated Apr 7, 2015
Writing Research Papers
by Marie Octobre - Last Updated Jan 15, 2015
Here you will find a guide to scholarly research methods; MLA/APA styles; avoiding plagiarism; assuring proper documentation; use of RefWorks; and use of library resources. http://libraryguides.cnr.edu/WritingResearchPapers

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