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ID 201 Transition Success Online Programs: Week Three: Professional Development

This guide is designed to help transfer students make a successful transition to Limestone University.

Center for Professional Development

Center for Professional Development:  

Part of the reason you came to Limestone University was to prepare yourself for life beyond college. That’s why our Center for Professional Development is committed to providing an array of services to assist you wherever you are on your career path.  Use of PathwayU  which helps you understand what you have to offer, examine what you may need to be satisfied in your career, and identify open positions that might be a match for you. 

Library Resources

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

Required Resources - Searching for Information and Using Library Resources

Please view all the tutorials below. This information will help prepare you for the research required in order to write a paper later in this course. 

Ask A Librarian

This webpage has a list of Frequently Asked Questions students may find helpful: 

Ask A Librarian

Financial Literacy - Foundations of Money

Essay #1

Start Essay #1 "My Plan for My Life" - a two page typed reflective essay summarizing your results and explaining how you will apply this information to your life.

Title IX - SafeColleges

Citation: A (very) brief introduction

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 Tutorials

Selecting a Citation Style

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