Campus networking issues affecting the library systems have been corrected. The library systems and databases are operational again thanks to our ITS staff. (20231003/14:25)
- TexShare EBSCO Databases: These databases have now been removed from the Library’s webpages as the contract ends this Thursday, Aug. 31st. Please note that this excludes ATLA, CINAHL, the American Antiquarian Society (AAS) databases, American Psychological Association databases, Mental Measurements with Tests in Print, and EBSCO E-books as we subscribe to these on our own.
- ROYAL SOCIETY
The society has released its digital scientific archives dating back over 300 years. It would be a great resource for classroom pedagogy, your own research, and as a source for original undergraduate research projects.
- New LibGuides Published
- New LibGuides have been published with brief overviews of writing literature reviews.
- A common we get is, “How do I search or How do I start searching?” If you have used the databases before and want to dive in further, you can save yourself a lot of time by practicing the techniques shared in this our LibGuide (a.k.a research guide), Building Useful Database Search Strategies.
- Knowing where to search and how to search can seem daunting. Never fear. Our new Finding Articles and Books LibGuide compares differences between several major multidisciplinary databases with CloudSearch. We also share tips on how to use them.
- Need Help?
We are here to help! Make an appointment with a librarian or make an appointment with the tutoring center! Librarians are available:
- Summer — Monday and Friday: 8am – 5pm (Unavailable on weekends, so please plan ahead!)
If you are experiencing access issues to CloudSearch or any of our databases (EBSCO, ProQuest, etc.), we recommend following the instructions on our Database Access Troubleshooting LibGuide.