Now that we are half way through the semester, your mind might be turning to research. So far, your work has probably already begun to produce excellent assignments for your classes. But, don't forget to include the Libraries' resources in your planning!
Over the winter break, the Libraries dramatically increased access to online journals, both in adding new subscriptions AND by boosting historical access to journals. Why have we done this? The Libraries recognized a major difficulty students and faculty had in accessing the world-class information available in our print journals - they were stuck at each campus library! Now, students can access many of our journals online, at any time of the day, and from anywhere in the world.
Want to find out more? Here's how:
- You can find out what access we have to specific journals on the Libraries' website, under the 'Articles & Databases' tab.
- Check out RaptorSearch, a new way to across the catalog and our e-resources.
- And of course, stop into any of the Libraries for an in person introduction to any of the Libraries' resources and services!
Good luck and happy researching!