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Keep up-to-date with the latest news in higher education by setting up an alert to the Chronicle of Higher Education. With Chronicle Alerts, you can get a digest of events delivered to your email in a daily or weekly summary. You can choose from a smorgasbord of choices, including Academe Today (morning or afternoon), Job […]

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FactCheck.org, a non-profit, non-partisan website sponsored by the Annenberg Institute, is setting the standard for exposing deception and documenting the facts behind political speeches, ads, debates, interviews, and press releases. Set up an email alert or RSS feed to keep on top of facts behind what politicians are saying. And take a look at the […]

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We have a new online service to offer you. It is called LearningExpress Library.Here is a brief description taken from the LearningExpress Library’s press release: “Log on to a computer and enjoy free, unlimited access to interactive skill-building courses and a broad range of practice tests based on such official exams as the ACT, SAT, […]

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Cannell Library has begun to offer reference assistance via Instant Messaging, or IM. This is still a work in progress, so there may be problems from time to time, so please be patient as we us. The instant message box on the Ask a Librarian page is called a widget. If the word balloon is […]

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“Check out” this e-book, available through NetLibrary until the end of June.

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Cannell Librarians Kitty Mackey and Zachary Grant, and IT Specialist Pavel Popov presented a workshop on Friday, May 11 called Blogs & Wikis: More Than Cool Toys — Essential Tools for Libraries. View the PowerPoint slides and handouts. If you were a participant at that workshop, please tell us: What will you take back to […]

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Science Online

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 […]

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