Library Adds New Resources

August 23, 2010 at 2:09 pm Leave a comment

We Are Expanding Our Online Resources!!!
Over the summer, the library has expanded our electronic resources in most of the academic disciplines. We have added new databases, new packages, and new electronic journals to our collections and will be adding even more in the com-ing weeks! The following is a list of new resources:

JSTOR IV Collection – This collection includes journals which have a strong fo-cus on business, education, psychology, law, public policy, and administration.

JSTOR VI Collection – This collection strengthens our social sciences area by focusing on education, linguistics, econom-ics and political science.

RIA Checkpoint Tax Database – This database is a comprehensive review of federal, state, and international tax infor-mation.

Salem Health, History, and Literature Databases – These comprehensive reference databases provide quick and easy guides to information in their respective disciplines.

Credo – We have added new titles such as Pop Culture Latin America and the Human Body Book: An Illustrated Guide to this ref-erence database that covers all disciplines.

Lexis Nexis Congressional Hearings Database – This database is used for retriev-ing congressional materials and legislative histories by accessing abstracts, titles, index-ing information and other bibliographic data.

Proquest Aquatic, Atmospheric, and Environmental Databases – These three databases provide full text journal articles as well as deep indexing into other science data-bases.

Journal of Business Valuation – The first and only peer-reviewed academic journal in the increasingly important field of busi-ness valuation studies.

Nursing Science Quarterly – Only Nursing Science Quarterly publishes original manuscripts focusing on nursing theory development, nursing theory-based practice and quantitative and qualitative research related to existing nursing frameworks.

In the coming weeks look for the library to add JSTOR Life Sciences, the largest collection that exists in that database. It spans disciplines in the health, biology, and general science areas. We will also be adding our Biosis Preview back files, which examine life sciences and bio-medical research from journals, meet-ings, patents, and books. We will also be doing some trials with different elec-tronic book collections so watch for those on our library home page!


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