The Library is hosting several new databases and collections for a limited time only. Should we purchase one database over the other? You decide!!! Test drive these collections and databases today:
Birds of North America Online: Ornithologists rejoice! You have access to the comprehensive life histories of over 700 species of birds breeding in the U.S. and Canada. Search for birds by keyword or species to get a treasure of information including photos, illustrations, migratory patterns, distribution, and other basic information. The database also includes video and audio recordings of birds, as well as data tables. The collection is the enhanced, online version of the paper version now roosting in the Reference collection. You have until 12/15/14 to enjoy.
Digitalia Film Library Collection: This streaming film collection includes classic films in English, Spanish, and other languages from around the world. Enjoy Betty Boop, Carey Grant, and the Wild Women of Wongo (coming soon) from the comfort of your internet connection. You must log in with the user name: firstname.lastname@example.org and password: amigos for full access. This trial ends on 10/31/14
Digitalia Hispanic Academic Collection: Lees español? If you want more academic sources in Spanish, try this collection of Spanish language ebooks and ejournals. These are resources whose original language is Spanish; they not translated English materials. Here you will find reputable academic full-text resources which may not be currently available in the Library. As with the resource above, you will have to log in with user name email@example.com and password: amigos for full access. This trial ends on 10/31/14.
PsychTHERAPY: Produced by the American Psychological Association, this resource is comprised of more than 300 videos featuring therapy demonstrations of clinicians working with individuals, couples, and families. Useful for students, faculty, and practitioners interested in watching therapy sessions. Browse or search by therapist name, topic, or therapeutic approach. Each video includes a searchable transcript which will auto-scroll as you watch the video. Users can easily share existing or create their own clips from each video and save them into a playlist. This trial ends on 10/31/14.
So let us know what you think through firstname.lastname@example.org. Your comments, criticisms, witticisms, praise, or blame help make the Library a better place for you, other students, and for the whole campus. Email your friendly neighborhood librarian today!