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On Monday 16 April, over 120 TWU faculty, staff, students and a few visitors came to meet Bogie, the Irish Wolfhound who is a member of Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dogs of Houston who visited our TWU Houston lobby. Bogie and his owner Ms Susan Lipka helped Business and other students learn about therapy dogs and how they help military veterans and others with PTSD, assist amputees, assist the hospitalized and other institutionalized. The visit was co-sponsored by the Student Life Houston office and the Houston Academic Resource Center.
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) Room 4132 (at the Houston campus) has books from TWU's School of Business and Health Administration, also. Available for you to consult in the ARC, these materials (books, audiovisuals and journals) are specially chosen by your faculty and are available to you, so come see what the ARC has to offer you.
Please know that "Textbooks, reference, non-circulating, media materials, and Houston Reserve Items may not be requested through Interlibrary Loan (ILL)."
Finding Great Information
TWU libraries at www.twu.edu/library has great business resources for you when you click 'Research' on the left of the page. Scroll down and search on Business and Business - Houston to find great information.
Find Great Articles inside the Academic Search database by putting in terms like business plan limited partnership, then narrow down to full text and the last five years, again on the left of the screen.
Write Great Papers by comparing what articles say about similar topics. Read critically to notice what is missing; did they poll older and younger customers or just one age group? Write about the differences and similarities and back up your thoughts by paraphrasing and citing the authors.
Follow Perfect Citation Style using APA 6th or other style and your RefWorks account to get the process started but check those Digital Object Identifiers closely so you will be communicating clearly.
Consider adding your work to TWU's Repository
See Open Access to learn if this is how you wish to be published. At ORCiD, you can consider Open Researcher and Contributer ID that offer free guidance for this free registration in this research impact service. Do you want to share and backup your research data? If yes, see Research Data Management Getting Started for great, practical sources. The big picture of of open access, managing your date, dealing with the copyright registration and law and more is at Sharing your Research. The general subject of publishing your research goes into depth in author's rights and open access so see it here.
TWU Libraries has some great YouTubes on this process, also.
According to a study from the University of Texas Bureau of Business Research IC2, Texas public libraries return $464 for every $1.00 invested in them. See the report at https://www.tsl.texas.gov/roi to learn that over 11,000 jobs depend on Texas public libraries. What a great return on your investment!