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Last Updated: Jul 29, 2014 URL: http://libguides.gcu.edu/GeneralResearch Print Guide RSS Updates

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Library Hours

Ask a Librarian Service Hours:

Mon-Fri         7am - 10pm MST

Sat-Sun

10am - 10pm MST

Building Hours:

Mon-Thu       7am-Midnight MST
Fri 7am-10pm MST
Sat 10am-10pm MST
Sun 10am-Midnight MST

Extended Building Hours for Finals:

Dec 1-5    7am - 3am
Dec 6-7 10am - 3am
Dec 8-11 7am - 3am
Dec 12 Regular hours resume

Holiday Schedule:

Christmas  
Tue., Dec 23         

7 am - 5 pm
Christmas  
Wed., Dec 24

Closed
Christmas  
Thu., Dec 25

Closed
New Year's Eve
Wed., Dec 31

7 am - 5 pm
New Year's Day
Thu., Jan 1

Closed
 

Contact Information

Questions?

Ask A Librarian

Toll Free:  

1.800.800.9776 

  

ext. 6396641

Phone: 

602.639.6641

 

Chat with a Librarian

Chat Hours:

Monday - Friday

9am - 4pm MST

 

Webinars by GCU Librarians

Did you know the library has a variety of webinars to help you learn how to use the library resources?

Current webinar topics include:

GCU Library Introduction - The tour will walk students through the features of the GCU Library, utilizing the databases and much more.

GCU Library Doctoral Research - The tour will walk students through the essential doctoral research resources, including databases, electronic books, dissertations, RefWorks, and more!

GCU Library Education Resources - The tour will walk students through searching the main education resources, including Education Research Complete, ERIC, ProQuest Education, and more!

GCU Library Nursing and Health Sciences Resources - The tour will walk students through searching the main Library nursing resources, including how to locate research articles in the CINAHL database (Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health Literature), and much more!

GCU Library RefWorks - The tour will walk students through using RefWorks to manage citations and create bibliographies. Students will learn how to create an account, export from the Library databases, and manually create citations.

View the schedule and sign up!

 

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