Use the library catalog for access to the materials available in the WPC Library.
If an item is not in Warner's library, you may request it through the Summit borrowing system. The Summit search button appears in the library catalog after an unsuccessful search. Summit allows you to access over 28 million items from libraries all over Oregon and Washington, and delivery usually takes about 3 days. Read more about Summit here.
If Summit doesn't have what you want, you can also use Interlibrary Loan. Depending on where the material is coming from, delivery could take up to 10 days, so plan accordingly.
Here's how to have your Summit items delivered to the Summit library of your choice:
You may visit any Northwest Association of Private Colleges and Universities (NAPCU) library and check out materials by presenting your WPC identification card with a current semester sticker. You are subject to the policies of the library you are visiting and responsible for returning the material to that library.
Examples in a variety of citation styles are available. The complete MLA, APA, CBE, and Chicago Style manuals are on Reserve in the library for your reference.
If you have chosen to cite internet sources, you may want to view this handy guide, created for your by your library staff. (Note that articles and e-books found through the databases linked above should be cited as books and journal articles, not as internet sources.)
Want to know more about the APA citation format? Harvard Graduate School of Education has an excellent multimedia tutorial: APA Exposed: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About APA Format But Were Afraid to Ask.
Don't hesitate to contact your friendly library staff! Please be as specific about your information needs as you can. A staff member will respond with recommendations of databases and books to aid your research, and may also recommend other disciplines or examples that are related to your topic.