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Academic Success: Library Orientation

Centralized information for Limestone students, faculty and staff.

Library Resources

image of books  In an environment that encourages learning and inquiry, the Eastwood Library's mission is to employ resources and services that support Limestone University's programs and goals.

Citation Help

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Generate, edit, and publish an entire MLA Works Cited list or APA References list that complies with the rules of the current MLA Handbook and APA Publication Manual. 

Learn more about using APA, MLA, Chicago, AMA citation styles on the Library's Citation Guide.

Noodlebib Registration Tutorial

Library Forms

Library Hours During Exam Week

Library Workshops & Tutorials

Library Introduction Video

Library Tour Quiz

Library Tour

Library logo imageLibrary Tour

This tutorial gives an overview of the Library's electronic resources and helpful tips for searching and locating the sources you need for your research projects.

Chat with a Librarian

Wireless Access On Campus

WIFI imageA. J. Eastwood Library provides wireless access (WIFI) for all Limestone faculty, staff, and students. Limestone students, faculty and staff are allowed to access the wireless network through an authentication process by using use their Limestone username and password to login.  Wireless access points cover the first, second floor, conference room, and curriculum lab of the library. Additional wireless Internet hot spots on campus are located in Winnie Davis, Granberry, Hamrick, Cooper East, New Residence Hall, Fort - D, Stephenson Dining Hall, Dobson Student Center, Griffin PE Center, Montgomery, Student and PE Center, Timken Gymnasium, and Fullerton Auditorium.

Library FAQ's

If you are experiencing problems with our guides, please contact Janet S. Ward,, Associate Professor and Web Services Librarian.