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Finding Books

For books and documents at FLITE, and for ebooks, use the Catalog tab on the FLITE home page.

Use MelCat to look up books in other Michigan Libraries. MelCat items will be delivered to the circulation desk and you will receive an Email when the items arrive. If materials you need aren't available via MelCat try InterLibrary Loan.

 

Off-Campus Access

You can access the databases and the full-text articles from off-campus. After you click on the name of the database, you will be asked for your username and password. If, for some reason, this method of access doesn't work, you can also access the databases with your ID barcode, last name, and pin number.

 

Using the Internet

Are all websites created equal?
Internet Examples

Use one of these guides to help evaluate websites.
Internet Resources Evaluation

Resource Evaluation guide from University of California at Berkeley

General Research Help

Librarians are available to help answer research questions and provide other library assistance.

  • Physical
    You can find librarians at the Oval Information Desk located on the First Floor of FLITE.
  • Phone
    231-591-3602
  • Email
    netref@ferris.edu
  • Online Chat
  • Research Consultation
    Personal appointment with a subject librarian to get one-on-one assistance for the project of your choice.

Citation Information

  • APA Citation Style Guide (PDF)
    The FLITE guide to APA Citation Format.
  • Purdue OWL
    For advanced questions about APA citation format.
  • FLITE Plagiarism Guide
    Whenever you are quoting or using information from a source, you must credit or cite that source. Failure to do so is plagiarism which can lead to expulsion from the University. FLITE provides a Plagiarism and Citation guide to help you learn more about this important topic. The tutorials and accompanying quizzes can help you determine what constitutes plagiarism.

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