Authoritative Ebola Information

Many thanks to the NN/LM MAR for this timely information on Ebola! Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever Topics / Resources Questions and Answers on Ebola World Health Organization (WHO) Gobal Alert and Response: Ebola Virus Disease National Library of Medicine (NLM) MedlinePlus Resource Guides English Spanish NLM Disaster Information Management […]

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Welcome New Students! Fall Library Hours

Hello and welcome to all the new students starting this year! We are so excited to meet you all. Starting August 4th we will begin having new hours, including Saturday hours, for your studying needs. Monday-Thursday: 1pm-8pm Friday: 1pm-6pm Saturday: 10am-6pm Sunday: CLOSED We look forward to seeing you soon! […]

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Intersession Hours

Congratulations on a spectacular Spring semester! Journalism Library will begin intersession hours on Friday, May 16. Friday (May 16): 1-6pm Saturday and Sunday (May 17 & 18): CLOSED Monday-Friday (May 19-23): 1-6pm Saturday and Sunday (May 24 & 25): CLOSED Please enjoy your time off before the summer semester, and if you are graduating, CONGRATULATIONS! […]

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Useful Google Hacks

Image by Jonathan Beard Sure, you use Google all the time, even for your research. This doesn’t shock your librarian—actually, she uses Google for research, too. Not as an end-all, but as one more tool in the research arsenal, along with databases, the library catalog, and organizational websites. But are you using Google to its […]

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Your Alumni Library Resources

Now that graduation is around the corner (hurray!), you may be wondering about your future access to library resources. Here's a summary of what you'll be able to use as an alum! Electronic Resources (Databases): this link provides a list of the databases you'll have access to after graduation. On-Campus Library Use: you can obtain […]

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Government Information 101: Part 3, Finding Gov Info

How to Find Government Information So, you've learned the basics of US government and you know the main government information resources. Now you're actually looking for a government document. Where do you start? Ask yourself: At what level of government do I need this information? Federal, state, local (county or city) What government branch or […]

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