Being a new employee means a lot coming at you at once. The intention of this research guide is to introduce Learning Commons resources & services and give you reason to visit us often as well as having a reference point to come back to at anytime.
Would you like an in-depth (up to one hour) Library Instruction Session or Library Orientation? Please use this form to request a library instruction session for your class. Please submit this form one week in advance of the preferred date and time so that we can best fulfill your request. For questions, contact the Instruction Librarian, Karen Caputo (email@example.com or 614-947-6604)
To customize your Google Scholar settings, find Franklin University in the settings area by searching in the Library links area. You can also add OhioLINK to your preferences. You will still need to log in to access e-books and databases when off-campus.
Grammarly & Online Writing Review
Grammarly won't be able to provide feedback or give you the quality feedback you'd expect from an experienced, human writing instructor. Instead, it's an automated proofreader and your personal grammar coach that instantly checks your sentences for grammar, punctuation, and style. Register for a free account using your Franklin University student email address.
The Online Writing Review service from the Learning Commons includes reviewing student writing for critical issues including structure and coherence.
We can help you with your copyright questions, whether it's about using something in a course, a professional presentation, or something else. See this guide for more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, or complete this form for an evaluation of whether or not a particular use is considered "fair use."