Monday, December 17, 2007

See what's new with ECPI's CREDO Reference Databases

CREDO Latest Additions
Encyclopedia of American Poetry: The Twentieth Century, Routledge in Literature
Encyclopedia of the United States in the Nineteenth Century, Gale in History
We're updating many of our titles to the latest available editions. The following updated titles were recently released. Expect more soon!
Collins Irish Dictionary, in Bilinguals
The New Penguin Business Dictionary, in Business
The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, in Music
The Penguin Dictionary of Sociology, in Social Sciences
The Penguin Dictionary of Economics, in Business
The Penguin International Dictionary of Finance, in Business

CREDO Featured Title of the Month
Encyclopedia of American Poetry: The Twentieth Century from Routledge
This book contains over 400 entries, covering all aspects of American poetry in the twentieth century. Entries fall into three main categories: poet entries (Conrad Aiken to Louis Zukofsky); entries on individual works, which offer closer explication of the most resonant poems in the 20th-century canon; and topical entries, which offer analyses of a given period of literary production, school, thematically constructed category, or other verse tradition that historically has been in dialogue with the poetry of the United States.
View some of the in-depth entries about poets:
Elizabeth Bishop (1911-79) and One Art, one of her well-known poems
T.S. Eliot (1888-1965) and his poem The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
Allen Ginsberg (1926-97), one of the beat poets
Marianne Moore (1887-1972) and her poem about poetry -- Poetry
Charles Simic (1938- ), current Poet Laureate of the United States
In addition to entries on American poets, the book features topical essays on key developments in poetry:
Hispanic American Poetry
The relationship with Canadian poetry
How poetry addresses political and cultural issues, such as War
Little magazines and small presses, one of the current outlets for poetry
Use the encyclopedia's list of entries to find even more essays.

Monday, December 3, 2007

Check out the new books in the Library!!

A+ Fast Pass by David Groth
A+ Technicians OJT Guide to Networking by Curt Simmons
Absolute Beginners Guide to MS Windows Vista
Ace the IT Job Interview by Paula Moreira
Atlas of clinical gross anatomy by Kenneth Moses
Building the perfect PC by Barbara Thompson
Clued In: how to keep customers coming back by Lewis Carbone
Complete idiot's guide to Windows Vista by Paul McFedried
Dictionary of Psychology by Andrew Colman
Guided Tour of MS Office by C. Hoisington
Intrusion Detection and Prevention by Carl Endorf
Mayo Clinic Book of Alternative Medicine
Medical Marvels by Eugene Straus
Network Intrusion Alert by Ankit Fadla
New Harvard Guide to Women's Health by Karen Carlson, M.D. et al
New York Times Almanac 2007 by John Wright
Spanish/English Dictionary Harrap's
80/20 guide to acing the A+ exams by Jean Andrews

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Holiday Events from Student Ambassadors and PTK

Get in the holiday spirit and help those less fortunate.

The Student Ambassadors are sponsoring a clothing drive for the Good Neighbor Shelter. Bring your gently used items to ECPI by December 19.

PTK is helping the Lowcountry Orphan Relief. Be good and give your stuffed animals, small toys, candy, and other stocking stuffers.

There are boxes set up in the library and the lobby to receive your donations.

Thank you!!

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Suzette Asberry is our first AMT RMA Test Taker!

ECPI Charleston is now offering the Registered Medical Technician certification from Pearson VUE testing. Our own Suzette, a recent Medical Assisting graduate, was the first person to take this certfication test at ECPI Charleston. She passed the test with flying colors!!! In the photo, Mr. Rund, campus President, is congratulating Suzette. Way to go, Suzette!

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

ECPI Library and Room 126 move to super new space!

The Library and Room 126 are now located upstairs on the first floor next to the Beazer offices. As you can see from the photos, the new space is bright and cheerful with lots of windows. There are individual study rooms and the workstations are up and running. Many thanks to the staff and students who helped to move the shelving, books, furniture, and workstations.

It's a temporary move to allow the construction crew to work on renovating the existing spaces to make more classrooms and the new library!!

Come visit soon!!

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

It's National Medical Assistants' Week!

American Medical Technologists is pleased to help promote and celebrate National Medical Assistants Week (NMAW) which occurs October 15-19, 2007. This years theme is "Medical Assistants; The Heartbeat of Healthcare." For 20 years now, this week has been set aside to honor and acknowledge the 350,000 medical assistants working in the field and the many of thousands of medical assisting students currently attending programs.
Want to know more about how to find out about Medical Assisting such as how to obtain Certified or Registered medical assistant certification? Visit the library and look for the brochure "Medical Assisting Resources and Information".
We are proud of our Medical Assisting Students. You rock!!!

Monday, October 1, 2007

ECPI celebrates Banned Books Week 2007 - Celebrate Your Freedom to Read!!

Reflect on your freedom to read, cherish it, and by all means, read what you want to read. As the author of Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury, said, “You don’t have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them.”

First observed in 1982, Banned Books Week reminds Americans not to take this precious democratic freedom for granted. The event is sponsored by various bookselling, publishing, and library associations.

Each year the American Library Association compiles a list of Banned Books. The 2006-2007 list is posted on the ECPI Library Display Board or see below. The most challenged book for 2006 was “And Tango makes Three”, about two male penguins parenting an egg from a mixed-sex penguin couple. You can find this book in the juvenile fiction section of your public library.

BANNED BOOKS 2006/2007
"And Tango Makes Three" by Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell, for homosexuality, anti-family, and unsuited to age group;
"Gossip Girls" series by Cecily Von Ziegesar for homosexuality, sexual content, drugs, unsuited to age group, and offensive language;
"Alice" series by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor for sexual content and offensive language;
"The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big Round Things" by Carolyn Mackler for sexual content, anti-family, offensive language, and unsuited to age group;
"The Bluest Eye" by Toni Morrison for sexual content, offensive language, and unsuited to age group;
"Scary Stories" series by Alvin Schwartz for occult/Satanism, unsuited to age group, violence, and insensitivity;
"Athletic Shorts" by Chris Crutcher for homosexuality and offensive language;
"The Perks of Being a Wallflower" by Stephen Chbosky for homosexuality, sexually explicit, offensive language, and unsuited to age group;
"Beloved" by Toni Morrison for offensive language, sexual content, and unsuited to age group;
"The Chocolate War" by Robert Cormier for sexual content, offensive language, and violence.

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Awesome Results for American Heart Association Fund Drive

Congratulations to the ECPI Student Ambassadors for raising almost $300 for the American Heart Association! In addition to asking friends and family for donations, the Ambassadors held several events including Pizza Wednesday and a Donut Fundraiser. Many ambassadors and their companions will be participating in the American Heart Association heartwalk on Saturday September 29 and wearing their ECPI T shirts proudly.

Watch for upcoming Student Ambassadors' Club events such as the Halloween Social and
stay tuned for November and December events, including adopting a local woman's shelter to help provide for the holiday season.

We love our dedicated Student Ambassadors!

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

ECPI Charleston now offers AMT certifications through Pearson VUE Testing

ECPI Charleston has been approved to administer tests for the AMT (American Medical Technologists) through Pearson VUE. These tests include the RMA exam (Registered Medical Assistant) as well as Medical Technologist, Medical Laboratory Tech, Certified Medical Administrative Specialist, Registered Phlebotomy Tech, Registered Dental Assistant, and Certified Office Laboratory Tech.
Prospective candidates must file an application with AMT to take an exam. Application form and supporting information are available through the AMT website at and by mail from the AMT Registrar. AMT reviews the information and determines whether or not a candidate is eligible to take an exam. AMT sends an admission letter to the authorized candidate. The candidate may then register for their VUE test online at or by calling the Call Center directly.

The AMT certifications add to the many Pearson VUE certifications that ECPI Charleston offers in the areas of Information Technology, Finance, Insurance and more. For details, go to or check with Mrs. Dudley in the Library.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

ECPI Charleston celebrates Constitution Day September 17, 2007

Have you submitted your Constitution Day Crossword Puzzle to the Library yet?

To commemorate Constitution Day, instructors will be handing out information to their classes including a crossword puzzle that can be submitted to the Library to win a nice prize. There is a copy of the Constitution in the Library along with a Constitution Day display board.

What is Constitution Day? On September 17, 1787, the Constitutional Convention, meeting in Philadelphia for four months, agreed on the final draft of this special, inspired document and submitted it to several states for ratification. It was ratified June 21, 1788, when New Hampshire approved it as the ninth state. Congress, acting under the Articles of Confederation, declared the Constitution the law of the land on March 4, 1789.

By general assent and resolution of the Congress, September 17 has been designated as Constitution Day ever since.
Want to know more?? Check out the Online Library 24/7 at

Thursday, September 6, 2007

Need help with citing your journal resources?

It's that time in the term to be doing your projects that require research. Remember to copy down the information about your journal article or book when you are doing the research so you won't have to hunt down the information for your list of references.

At ECPI, our instructors favor two citation formats: APA and MLA.

To find out more about how to cite resources, visit the Online Library Research Assistance section at:

Remember that the librarian is here to help you with your research. Visit the Library!!

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Charleston PTK Chapter named 2 Star Chapter!

The international office of PTK is pleased to announce that the ECPI Charleston chapter of Phi Theta Kappa has fulfilled all requirements to the distinction of being named a "2 Star Chapter". This commendation recognizes the chapter's successful attainment of goals as presented in the Society's Five Star Chapter Development Program.

Congratuations to the members of PTK and to Ms. Christine Curley, chapter advisor.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Dean Weaver is our new Director of Education

Meet Dean Weaver, our new Director of Education. Mr. Weaver and our outgoing DOE Sandra Walsh are relaxing during the recent, very successful ECPI EXPO. During the EXPO, Michelle and Sabrina, two of our students ambassadors, served pizza to the many EXPO attendees. The Library showcased its new books and "hot off the press" newsletter.
A grand time was had by all!!

Need help with your research? Visit the Online Library 24/7 at

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

New issue of Voice Newsletter is published!

Be on the lookout in your email box for the latest issue of The Voice ECPI Newsletter, published by the ECPI Library. It's filled with news about our July graduation, spotlights on our students, PTK news, career services highlights, financial aid updates, and much much more! Be sure to try the Math Challenge in the Math Magic section and submit your answer entry to the front desk by August 31 to win a nice prize!

Need help with your research? Visit It's available 24/7!

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

The Library and campus prepare for upcoming EXPO on August 18, 2007

There's excitement and a wealth of activity as we all get ready to host the Summer EXPO! Instructors are busy planning their hands-on sessions, our ambassadors and CWS students are updating bulletin boards, and we are putting on our finest faces and ECPI Shirts to greet the many expected guests. Even a local radio station will be broadcasting from ECPI on this fun day!! Shown in the photo is faculty member Sandra Walsh at the January 2007 EXPO. The library is publishing the quarterly newsletter for the EXPO and will be showcasing its collection and the virtual library. We look forward to a successful Summer EXPO!

Need help with your research, visit

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Announcing the arrival of two new journal titles!!!

For your reading pleasure, the Library now subscribes to several new journal titles. Two of them are noted here: IEEE Spectrum and Science News. Come in and browse our great journal/magazine collection of medical, computing, and general interest titles such as American Journal of Nursing, CMA Today (certified medical assistant), PC Magazine, Nuts and Volts, Psychology Today, Consumer Reports, Newsweek and much more!!!

Need help with your research?? Visit the Online Library 24/7 at

Thursday, August 2, 2007

MED 133 class puts on their scrubs and visits the Library!

Recently the MED 133 Patient Intake class visited the library to learn how to do research for a project they are doing on various diseases.

Need help with your assignments? Visit the Online Library at

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

ECPI is out and about in our community!

Adopt-A-Highway Litter Pickup is Saturday July 28 from 9 to 10 am. Meet at ECPI parking lot and join in the fun!! Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) sponsors this quarterly event to help KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL!!

Maryann Sewell and Jody Cohen recently attended the Charleston Regional Business Journal's 2007 Innovators Party and represented ECPI to the many local businesses that attended. Networking with future employers helps to find our star graduates great jobs where they can contribute their skills and talents to the Charleston workforce!

Have you visited the Online Library lately?

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

New Additions to the ECPI Library

Here's the list of new books recently added to the ECPI Library. If the librarian is not available, please be sure to leave a note on the library desk with your name and the book title if you would like to borrow the books!

Becker, Joanne. (2002). Glencoe medical terminology language for health care. Textbook with illustrations, tables, vocabulary review. 610.14 GLE 2002.
Ferrett, Sharon. (2003). Strategies getting and keeping the job you want. 650.14 FER 2003.
Parsons, June. (2008). New perspectives computer concepts. Textbook with companion website and CD. 004 PAR 2008.
Shelly, Gary (2008). Discovering computers 2008 complete. Textbook with lots of illustrations. 004 SHE 2008
Simmers, Louise. (2005). Practical problems in mathematics for health occupations. Plenty of examples of math problems faced in health care industry. 513.1 SIM 2005.
Tiger, Steven (2000). Mathematical concepts in clinical science. A survey of clinical topics involving mathematics. 610.1 TIG 2000
Zaret, Barry. (2006) Heart care for Life. A consumer health handbook with excellent index, graphs, and some illustrations. 610.1205 ZAR 2006.
Faculty: New workbook - "Exploring active learning in the classroom".

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Library Scavenger Hunt Winners

Need help with your research? Visit

Congratulations to Jody Squallace and Tyeasha Wigfall, lucky winners of the Spring 2007 Library Scavenger Hunt. They correctly answered the information questions about library services and library research. Each won an ECPI pen/flash drive - a necessary asset to their studies at ECPI.

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Library Survey Results

Need help with your research?

Students were recently asked to complete a survey about their experiences at ECPI. The graph shows results of the "wish list" for library services.

Note the requests for online websites. Many website links are now posted on this blog and there will be more links soon in the Online Library. We will also be adding more electronic books in the future - now students and faculty have access to netLibrary and Safari IT books - providing full text access to a multitude of book titles in a variety of subject areas.

Use your Library - it is YOUR Information Place!!

Thursday, July 5, 2007

Useful Health, Pathologies, and Diseases websites

For more information, see

InteliHealth - Diseases, symptoms, treatment, definitions, and more
MEDLINEplus - Diseases, plus a dictionary, drug data, news, tutorials & articles
Healthfinder - Diseases, surgical procedures with graphics
The Doctor's Doctor: Diseases & Diagnosis - Find diseases by anatomical system
MedicineNet - Symptoms, disease and conditions in easy-to-use format
Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy

Anatomy Swicki Search - NEW! Search good anatomy Web sites for info & images
AMA Atlas of the Body - Click on a system, get a picture and description
Human Anatomy Online Encyclopedia
Gray's Anatomy Online - It's a classic
Evaluating Health Information (NIH) Tutorial
Quackwatch - Look up false medical cures, health claims, herb facts, etc.
MLA Guide to Finding Health Information - Search tips, plus links to disease information
AltaVista Images - Type the disease into the search window
Google Images - Type the disease into the search window; use quotes around phrases
PHARMACOLOGY / PRESCRIPTION DRUGS (Combination of PDR, Micromedex, & Multum data)
Medline Plus Drug Information (Micromedex & MedMaster data)
FDA MedWatch
Council for Responsible Nutrition - Dietary Supplements
AIDSinfo - Treatment, prevention, and research from NIH
The Body PRO: HIV / AIDS Resource for Healthcare Professionals
Interactive Multimedia Textbook of HIV / AIDS
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) - Start here
Infectious Diseases: HMMI's Biointeractive Labs & Lectures - Tutorials
SARS News and Information (MEDLINEplus) - News and background info
Healthcare-Associated Infections (BMA) - List with explanations
Vaccine Information (National Network for Immunization Information)
American Diabetes Association
Diabetes123: Diabetes Basics - Definitions, care, research, links
National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases
American Lung Association Diseases A-Z
Alzheimer's Association - Definitions, resources, research, news
Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral Center - National Institute on Aging
Arthritis Foundation
CANCER (Natl. Cancer Institute) - A-Z list of cancer information
Medicine Online Cancer Information Library - Links to resources by cancer type
OncoLink (Abramson Cancer Center) - Treatments, news, etc.
American Heart Association
Cardiovascular - HMMI's Biointeractive Labs & Lectures
Heart Care Associates Normal Heart & Clinical Problems
Mayo Clinic Heart Center
FOODBORNE ILLNESS Foodborne Pathogens
National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) - Description and links
NIH Office of Rare Diseases - Definitions, news, links

Useful Information Technology/Computing Websites

For more information, visit

CMP TechWeb (InformationWeek, Network Computing, Internet Week)
Computer Power User
Network Magazine
PC Magazine
PC World
Smart Computing
CNet Reviews
Computer Power User Reviews
Hardware Central
ZDNet Reviews
AARP Computers and Technology - Tips on using the Web, working with Windows, etc.
Beginning Computer Tutorials - Links to short tutorials covering the basics
Bleeping Computer Tutorial Center - Tutorials ranging from beginner to advanced
WebJunction's Troubleshooting Computer Problems - Requires free registration
Bare Bones Guide to Web Design - Huge list of official HTML tags in common usage
Web Developer's Virtual Library - Articles, tutorials, and tips - Articles and tips
INFOSYSSEC - Security Portal for Information Professionals
SANS Resources - Links to FAQs, newsletters, glossary, top vulnerabilities list, etc.
Symantec Security Response - Lists latest threats and vulnerabilities
ComputerUser High Tech Dictionary
Free On-line Dictionary of Computing
Glossarist Dictionary Links
ITtoolbox Windows Knowledge Base - News and resources - News, patches, tips
Windows Registry Guide - Registry tweaks, tips, and tricks
Sun Microsystems
Computer and Communication Companies Directory
Computing Vendors Online
Hoover's Online Company Profiles
Thomas Register of Manufacturers
InformIT - Teference guides and how-to articles on Web pages, Linux, Security, etc. -Technology white papers for advanced students
Microsoft Download Center
Nerd's Heaven: The Software Directory Directory - Links to download directories
Tucows Software Library - Descriptions and ratings of software to download
ZDNet Downloads - Downloads by category, lists of popular software
Association for Computing Machinery
Computer & Communications Industry Association
Electronic Frontier Foundation
IEEE Computer Society

Monday, July 2, 2007

Congratulations ECPI Charleston Graduates!!!

There will be 67 proud graduates walking down the aisle on July 7 at 3 pm at the Gaillard Auditorium in Charleston. Hats off to our new professionals!!

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Useful Career Websites

Post and Courier Employment Classifieds - Start here!
Charleston Job Network - Good local job search site
SC Employment Security Commission Job Bank
SC State Government Jobs - Search by job, dept or location
Lowcountry Help Wanted - Local entry-level jobs
SciWay Jobs - Links to Charleston Area Company Job Postings
Local Government Agency Links (City, County, State)
Check back often to find new listings. Narrow your search by state & city. - Lots of jobs
CareerBuilder- Lots of jobs - Search job sites & newspaper ads, plus get jobs e-mailed to you
JobCentral - Search for jobs posted on employer Web sites
Yahoo! - Lots of Jobs
America's Job Bank - Mostly government jobs, have to apply through the site
USAJobs - Official U.S. federal government job site
Workplace Diversity - Search companies looking for minority applicants Job Search List - Links to additional job search sites
Learn about careers: education requirements, job descriptions, salaries, etc.
Occupational Outlook Handbook - Start Here! Job descriptions, salaries, etc.
America's CareerInfoNet Occupation Search - More job profiles
AMA Careers in Allied Health - Job descriptions and salaries
The Riley Guide - Hundreds of links to job-hunting tips and search
JobStar Salary Surveys - Go straight to the money
CareerLab Cover Letters - Sample letters plus job-hunting tips
Cover Letter & Resume Workshops - Step-by-step resumes and cover letters - Learn how to answer typical interview questions
JobStar Resumes - Lots of samples
JobWeb Resumes & Interviews - Sample resumes & cover letters; interview tips
Univ. of Minnesota Resume Tutor - Step-by-step guide plus samples
Jobs in the Money
Vault: Finance Job Board
Use the national and local job boards above to find the widest variety of business and management openings.
Technical Jobs from - Job search tips and links

Charleston Area Hospitals & Nursing Homes
Allied Health Employment
American Association of Medical Assistants Job List
Assn of Surgical Technologists Jobs Online
Health Care and Medical Employment
Health eCareers Network
Health Care
Health Career Web
HealthDirection SC Job Openings

Useful Medical Websites


Anatomy Swicki Search - Search a custom list of Web sites to find exactly what you need
AMA Atlas of the Body - Click on a system, get a picture and description
Gray's Anatomy Online - The classic
NetAnatomy: Gross Anatomy - Real images of human anatomy by system
Merriam-Webster Medical Dictionary (MedLine Plus)
Online Medical Dictionary
Medical Abbreviations Dictionary
Medical and Surgical Glossary (MT Desk)

medical news & journal articles
PubMed Search of Medical Journals (Natl. Library of Medicine)
eMedicine Search
Health News Review - News, plus summary of how it will impact patients
Highwire Library of the Sciences and Medicine Search
Healthline - Search for medical information on Web sites and in journals
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)
Mayo Clinic Health Letter
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
New England Journal of Medicine
American Association of Medical Assistants
American Medical Technologists
Health Occupations Students of America
South Carolina Medical Association
South Carolina Health Information Management Association
South Carolina Society of Medical Assistants (AAMA SC Chapter)
American Hospital Association
American Medical Association
American Medical Billing Association
American Academy of Professional Coders
American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management
Healthcare Wide Hazards Module (OSHA)
Occupational Health for Healthcare Providers Links (Medline)
APIC Infection Control Standards and Guidelines
Hand Hygiene in Healthcare Settings (CDC)
Universal Precautions for Prevention of Transmission of HIV and Other Bloodborne Infections
Healthcare Associated Infections
American Medical Technologists Code of Ethics
AMA Ethics Resource Center
Medline Plus Drug Information (Micromedex & MedMaster data) - Plus links to recalls
Daily Med (NIH) - Information from FDA approved package inserts
PDR® Family Guide to OTC Drugs
Basic Clinical Skills: Physical Exam Study Guides (Univ. of Florida)
A Practical Guide to Clinical Medicine (Univ. of San Diego) - performing a clinical exam
Clinical Calculators
CyberPatient Simulator
Blood Collection: Routine Venipuncture & Specimen Handling
Cardiac Arrhythmia
ECG Library
EKG Arrhythmia Review
Apgar Scoring for Newborns
Auscultation Assistant (Heart Murmurs & Breath Sounds)
Minimum Specimen (Blood) Requirements, Pediatric Nursing
Phlebotomy and Blood Labs Tutorials
Phlebotomy Internet Resources (Austin Community College) - forms, tutorials
Health Facilities Management
Practice Management (AAFP)
South Carolina HIPAA Tools
HIPAA Privacy Rule FAQs
HIPAA Sample Forms & Manual
ICD-9 Coding Tools from Family Practice Management
Medicare Learning Network Free Coding and Med Term Quizzes - Coding news, updates, quizzes, message & job boards
National Library of Medicine
SC HealthNet Library Catalog (MUSC, USC and other SC Medical Libraries)
Free Books for Doctors - Links to free online textbooks Digital Library - Links to free online textbooks
Emergency Medicine Medical Reference
Emergency Medicine Magazine
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
National Center for Health Statistics
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Department of Health and Human Services
- Medical Privacy & HIPAA
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
- OSHA Health Care Facilities
- OSHA Safety & Health Topics
National Guideline Clearinghouse (Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guidelines)
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Welcome to the ECPI Charleston Blog!!

This site will bring you news from the ECPI Library as well as tips and suggested sources for your research. There will be other topics and we want your feedback. Our goal is to help you be successful and the best that you can be during your stay here at ECPI. Please visit the Library anytime, either in person or online away from school. The Online Library is available to you 24/7!!