Campus & Community

Keeping it Real

Keeping it Real

(Photo: Tina Lange) When it comes to standing out amongst your peers – whether in the business world or your personal life – it’s your unique traits that make you memorable. This couldn’t be more true [...]

You’re Never Too Experienced for Mentoring!

You’re Never Too Experienced for Mentoring!

(Photo: Jeannette Kraar) The older we get the more some of us realize just how little we know. It’s not that we know less than we did years ago – we just understand the value of [...]

Don’t Be Afraid to Ask For Help!

Don’t Be Afraid to Ask For Help!

(Photo: Susan Mazza) At the Women’s Business Center, we see a lot of small business owners and entrepreneurs that come in looking for help. It makes sense – when you run a small business, sometimes you [...]

Building Your Own Power Team

Building Your Own Power Team

(Photo: Tracy Stroderd) When you’re starting a small business, there are many decisions to be made and developing a network of trusted professionals you can engage with regularly can truly help. Learning from others entrepreneurial journeys [...]

Creative Commons: What’s your flavor?

Creative Commons: What’s your flavor?

It’s the middle of Open Access Week, and terms and acronyms are abound. One term that many people find confusing is Creative Commons. Here is a brief tour of Creative Commons licenses and how they can [...]

Open Access Florida Tech – Scholarship Repository

Open Access Florida Tech – Scholarship Repository

As I hope you have already heard, this week is Open Access Week. It is a global event “celebrating free, immediate, online access to the results of scholarly research.” At Florida Tech, our Open Access (OA) [...]

Academic Support Center – CRLA Certified!

Academic Support Center – CRLA Certified!

The Academic Support Center’s tutor training program, the Peer Tutoring Practicum, is now certified by the College Reading and Learning Association. At the ASC, we like to think of this as a Really Big Deal. The [...]

Introduction to Open Access

Introduction to Open Access

This week is International Open Access Week 2014!  Entering its eight year, this global event is a way for the community of researchers and scholars to share what they know about Open Access, learn more about [...]

Evans Library eBooks

Evans Library eBooks

By Suzy Kozaitis eBooks are books in electronic format that can be downloaded and displayed on a computer screen or handheld device. You can use the Evans Library’s A to Z eBooks to explore the vast [...]

Hot Spots for Florida Tech Foodies

Hot Spots for Florida Tech Foodies

I have a confession to make: I’m a bona fide foodie. If there was a support group for the food-obsessed, I’d be there making the rounds at the snack table. While everyone may spend their cash [...]