Monthly Archives: January 2011

Automate your research with RSS feeds

Hello, my name is Molly and I am addicted to my Feed reader. If you don’t use a Feed reader, it is a site that helps keep you up to date with your favorite news, blogs, journals, and even database … Continue reading

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There’s a hawk at the Library of Congress

It was reported on NPR.org that there’s a Cooper’s Hawk in the main reading room of the Library of Congress. To get more information go to NPR’s blog. Check out the Cornell Lab of Ornithology for more information on this … Continue reading

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Salem Health Access restored

Salem Health access has been restored. Give it a try. It is a very user-friendly medical encyclopedia written for the non-medical person. No advanced medical degrees required.

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Opposing Viewpoints in Context Database

Opposing Viewpoints in Context is one of the newer databases that the Library has available for your use. This database is the premier online resource covering today’s hottest social issues, from Offshore Drilling to Climate Change, Health Care to Immigration. … Continue reading

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Salem Health access interruption

Library access to Salem Health Medical Encyclopedia online is temporarily unavailable. We have removed all links to Salem Health from the library web page until further notice. We will let you know when Salem Health returns. It should be soon.

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Dead links in your course material: Time and Forbes no longer available

It has come to our attention that Gale Databases no longer provide full text access to Time magazine and Forbes magazine. This means that all of your Time and Forbes article links are dead. • Please check your article links … Continue reading

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Celebrate Martin Luther King’s legacy

Martin Luther King’s importance as a leader of people is hard to overestimate. As a civil rights leader and champion of freedom for all people, Dr. King was passionate about the importance of education. We can honor Dr. King’s legacy … Continue reading

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