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Monthly Archives: April 2010
This week 1100 more e-books have been added to our ebrary collection. You can use our new ebook widget to search for ebooks.
A Reader is no longer required to take advantage of ebrary’s key functionality! ebrary has added significant capabilities to QuickViewTM, which does not require any software downloads or installations. New features include the following: Ability to customize InfoToolsTM, which turns … Continue reading
Image via Wikipedia Hulbee is a new search solution by Grossbay map technology that helps users create or refine a search query using a tag cloud of terms that are related to a particular topic. Just click on additional terms … Continue reading
Image by Swamibu via Flickr Reading: Harvard Views of Readers, Readership, and Reading History http://ocp.hul.harvard.edu/reading/ Reading has been around a long time, but as Robert Darnton of Harvard University suggests, “Reading has become one of the hottest subjects in the … Continue reading
Image via Wikipedia To find music at GFU Libraries: Go to FoxTrax and select “Advanced Search” enter an asterisk enter search term, phrase, or name in the search box limit “Material type” to “SOUND RECORD” click on the “Submit” button
Image via Wikipedia U.S. Drought Portal http://www.drought.gov The National Integrated Drought Information System was signed into existence in 2006 by President George W. Bush, and it aims to provide guidance in preparing for drought in the 21st century. This official … Continue reading
Education Resource Complete is one of the databases that is available through GFU libraries. It provides indexing and abstracts for more than 2,100 journals, as well as full text for nearly 1,300 journals. This database also includes full text for … Continue reading
Wikipedia is a good tool that is best used for discovery, choosing a research topic, finding links to similar or related topics, and for quick reference. However, for academic research, defending your thesis, supporting your opinion, and creating bibliography references … Continue reading
Image via Wikipedia The RLS website is the most comprehensive website dedicated to Robert Louis Stevenson. The site is freely available and makes Stevenson texts and information about his life and works available worldwide.