What does the library reviewer check for? The library reviewer checks to make sure your thesis or project is following the formatting guidelines. They make sure your font type, the size of the font, margins, your list of tables and figures, and your preliminary pages are consistent and meeting the guidelines.
Don't know what to expect when you make an appointment with a library reviewer? Follow this libguide on the timeline box just below, it will help Graduate Students who are working on their Thesis or Project with their submissions. Guideline includes: A Checklist step by step to complete your submission, formatting rules, and what to do next to submit to graduate studies.
All the information on this libguide is provided by graduate studies office website: https://www.cpp.edu/~gradstudies/current-students-page.shtml
The University Library building and 24 hour computer lab are close until further notice. All Library formatting review appointments are taking place through virtual zoom. Please visit the graduate studies website for any further details.
Thesis/Project Formatting for Graduate Students; Library Guide **NEW updates for Preliminary Review Process**
Congrats you are now finally done.
***Students in MARCH, MIA, and college of Engineering submit your projects directly to your department.***
For further assistance, see the writing center, please call and make an appointment prior.
Writing assistance is available from the LRC University Writing Center
Leonard Vandegrift, Coordinator
Building 15, Room 2921
*** For online help please follow the steps below:
For synchronous tutoring, you will need to log into Zoom, using your Cal Poly Pomona username/email and password: https://zoom.us/signin. You can then follow the prompts to begin your appointment, using your tutor's Zoom ID (available through Connect).
For asynchronous tutoring, go to Blackboard. Select the Organizations tab, and you will find "LRC Online Tutoring." Select "Writing Center" on the navigation bar, and then follow the instructions provided. You can submit your paper for review through this section, and a tutor will get back to you with feedback as soon as possible.
Blackboard tutoring is the only option if your instructor requires that you verify tutoring, which can be done by downloading or taking a screenshot of your tutor's comments and submitting them with your final draft.
How to make an appointment
· Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
· Use CPP Connect: https://www.cpp.edu/studentsuccess/cppconnect/index.shtml