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A guide for NNU MBA students

Welcome to the Citations & More guide! You will find information on:

  • Citation Management Systems
  • Citation Styles and Formatting
  • Additional Writing Tools

If you are seeking writing assistance (content, flow of ideas, grammar, etc.) you can make an appointment with the Writing Center, or submit your paper through the online writing lab for either graduate or undergraduate students. Librarians can assist you with formatting in-text and source citations. 

The APA Dictionary is the preferred dictionary of the American Psychological Association. It is especially helpful in finding out whether words should be hyphenated. 

Meet the NNU Librarians

Meet the NNU Librarians

On this page, we have included our contact information and a photo.

Each of us has a master's degree in a library science field. Any of us can help you with research and citation.


How we can help:

  • Help you understand the research process
  • Assist with topic selection, narrowing your topic, or revision of your topic
  • Help you navigate databases and teach you how to craft a good search
  • Teach you how to evaluate sources for relevance, authority, and accuracy
  • Show you how to cite sources properly -- and show you how to save a lot of time!

Here are a few ways you can contact us:

  • Stop by and see us at the Research Help Desk in the Learning Commons
    • Prof. Amy Rice (Wednesday evenings, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.)
    • Dr. Birch (Monday evenings, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.)
    • Prof. Sheryll Hampton (Tuesday evenings, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.)
    • Thursday evenings, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Writing Consultant)
    • Weekends, librarians are on call via email and chat
  • Make an appointment -- in person, over the phone, via a video chat (each of the librarians has a booking link in our profile boxes on the left)
  • Use Library Chat to search FAQs, submit a question, or start a chat session
  • Email us:
  • call us: 208-467-8611
  • text us: 208-904-4029
  • Tweet your question