Posts Tagged ‘Guide’

Time for a Vacation?!

June 14, 2017

Now that summer is upon us and we’re knee deep into vacation season, this post (courtesy of OnlineHealth) is for all of you workaholics out there (yes, I’m probably one of them as well) to give you some pointers on how to get away from work and relax when on vacation.  Good luck!



Allow Me To Guide You!

July 14, 2015

Now that we are hot and heavy into our summer vacations, how often have you traveled with the aid of a cicerone?  I personally tend to do all of my own planning, but every now and then it doesn’t hurt to have an official tour guide (especially when traveling outside the U.S.).


\ sis-uhroh-nee, chich-uh-; Italian chee-che-raw-ne\, noun;

1.  a person who conducts sightseers; a guide.

Guide for Citing Social Media!

September 10, 2013

As social media continues to grow as a “source” of information, knowing how to cite these sources will become increasingly more important.  Here is a graphic that shows the APA and MLA styles for citing some social media sites.

citing social media guide

In Need of a Guide?

August 26, 2011

Happy Friday!  Yesterday as I was familiarizing myself with Harner’s Literary Research Guide: a Guide to Reference Sources for the Study of Literatures in English and Related Topics (2nd ed.), I encountered the following sentence: “Since this Guide is intended as a vademecum for researchers . . . ”  Needless to say, I had no clue.   So, off to the dictionary I ran to learn this new word.  And, in so doing, I also managed to discover a couple of different variations: vade-mecum and vade mecum.  (It is hyphenated according to the Oxford English Dictionary: the definitive record of the English language.)


\vey-dee mee-kuh‘m\, noun;

A book or manual suitable for carrying about with one for ready reference; a handbook or guidebook.