Archive for October, 2005
Tell us what you really think. The library will be conducting a focus group this fall to help us evaluate the effectiveness of our website. We would like to invite 5-10 faculty to share their unique perspective on the library and its resources – we would love to hear your thoughts and suggestions. (We will […]
One of the 2 webmail servers imap proxy services stoped working around noon whatever day that was. I started the service again and now webmail should be back to normal. During that time, 50% of webmail users were not able to log in.
The ERIC education database underwent some major changes last year as it launched a new Website. It was an improvement, especially in the way full text ERIC documents were linked, but the interface wasn’t without its problems. We’re now getting it through the Cambridge Scientific Abstracts interface. This allows for better advanced searches, easy interlibrary […]
Check out our list of new books added to the library in the second half of September. We make these lists available twice a month. It’s one way to see what’s new – an armchair (or desktop) version of browsing the new books shelf in the comfy area near the front door. Also in that […]
Our link resolver is working well. You’ll find yellow “find it” buttons in most of our online databases that will take you to full text in other databases or to the library catalog. (In many cases, you’ll go to the full text article directly, but not in databases such as LexisNexis that don’t have persistent […]