Or does your aunt need gallbladder surgery? How about information about childhood asthma? Or do you have back pain? Get reputable health information from Medline Plus, from the National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.
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Cannell Library and the Clark College Art Department unveiled the college’s new Digital Visual Resources Collection. To date, more than 5,600 art department slides and images have been digitized for the collection, creating a database that is available to all members of the Clark community with a Clark ID #. We are grateful for the […]
Cannell has access to over 6000 up-to-date, technical books through the database: IT PRO: Books 24×7. Do you need info on topics like: Desktop & Office Applications, Graphic Design, Networks, Operating Systems, Programming languages, Security, Software engineering, Web programming? Latest titles include: MindManager for Dummies PHP Programming Solutions Serial Port Complete Visualizing Information with Microsoft […]
Lexis-Nexis is a powerful database that most people associate with legal materials and news, but there’s so much more to explore. One of the features is the deep collection of major world newspapers. To see the complete list, click the “I” as shown below. Lexis-Nexis is a robust database with some pretty sophisticated searching features, […]
Cannell Library now has access to LexisNexis, a powerful database that provides access to a wide range of authoritative sources, including world-wide news, business, financial, and legal research tools (such as Shepards Citations, law reviews, Codes for all 50 states, and more). To learn how to use LexisNexis, visit the Knowledge Base, download one of […]
Next time you need an article, try the Visual Search feature available in the EBSCOhost databases. Instead of a list of articles, you’ll get a “grokked” set, like the one shown below. Give it a try and see for yourself how it works!
A recent addition to our library is Science Online. This database offers access to full text articles ranging from commentary to news to peer-reviewed research from 1997 to the present. Articles from 1880, (yes, you read that right, 1880!) to 1996 can be searched, but only the abstract is available. You can access this database […]
Looking for opinion polls? This database has it 14,ooo, from 1986 to the present. From AARP to Global Warming to Zyuganov, Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, Harris Polls, Pew, ABC, CBN and dozens of others, give it a try and see what you think. (Well, actually, see what others think!) Polling the Nations
The library just added 33 new full-text e-books to the library’s IT-Pro (information technology) Collection. These books, and hundreds of others, appear in the library’s book catalog, or you can go directly to IT Pro (Library Home Page –> Books –> IT Pro Collection). From both on and off campus, sign in with your name […]