Monthly Archives: October 2011

Featured Book: Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

Lots of people are talking about what made Steve Jobs so special. There are sure to be hundreds of books written about him in the next few years. The definitive word will probably be Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs. This is … Continue reading

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QuickFacts from the Census Bureau

There is an updated QuickFacts table now available from the Census Bureau with the most recent information from frequently requested statistics from various Census Bureau Programs. These are easy to access and easy to use and are available for the … Continue reading

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Top U.S. Web Sites

Ever wonder what the top 50 U.S. web sites are for the month of September? comScore Inc. released their report on the top web sites. Google sites, this includes YouTube, is the top U.S. web property with 184 million unique … Continue reading

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Fall Break Hours: October 17 – 18

Both the Harriman and Oak Ridge campus libraries will be open 8am to 4:30pm during Fall Break (October 17 and 18). Normal hours resume on Wednesday, October 19.

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Ahoy Matey!

The Library Language Database Mango is having some fun this month by offering Pirate as a language.If it’s pirate chatter ye be after, you’ve come to the right place. Mango’s Pirate Language Course will teach you everything you need to … Continue reading

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Problem with eBook access from off-campus

Links to EBSCO eBooks in the library catalog are currently not working from off-campus. If you are searching the library catalog from off-campus, you will probably see the following screen when clicking on eBook links: This screen asks for a … Continue reading

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