Scholarly Journal Articles

By - Research & Instruction Librarian May 12th, 2015

Have a Capstone research topic, accompanying background info and now need scholarly journal articles?


The Hum. 5 Capstone Research Guide page titled ‘Scholarly Journal Articles‘ contains 4 major eJournal collections purchased by the library, together comprising over 3 million journal articles.


That same page also contains a 6 minute video detailing those eCollections as well a few search techniques to employ.



Humanities V Capstone: Looking for a Topic?

By - Research & Instruction Librarian April 28th, 2015

The library can help with that!


Here are two videos, containing five strategies for locating a capstone topic:





Questions? Comments? Please be in touch!

Dear Hum. V,

By - Research & Instruction Librarian November 18th, 2014

Updates to your Atomic Bomb Conference research guide!


New this year:

  • Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (digital archive)
  • Truman Presidential Library – (atomic bomb papers collection)
  • Tips for searching Bard and Warren (the 2 hardest-to-find folk) searching .gov sites & Google books

Research questions? Conundrums?  Please be in touch!  Ms. Sanborn

First World War Archive: extracting everyman poetry

By - Research & Instruction Librarian November 4th, 2014

Below is a 3-minute video describing how to pull the everyman/amateur poetry from the library’s First World War Archive.


Looking for biography/analysis of well-known WWI poets?  Highly recommended are 2 of the library’s eRef collections: Salem Literature and Gale Virtual Reference Library.


Questions?  Thought?  Do be in touch!  😉  Ms. Sanborn


High 5, Hum. V!

By - Research & Instruction Librarian May 27th, 2014



The Capstone’s done! Congratulations!

For your browsing pleasure, below are usage stats demonstrative of your diligent work.


The Fifth Form collectively:


  • Searched the digital reference collection: 718 times


  • Searched JSTOR: 725 times


  • Searched the new Global Issues in Context collection: 1,444 times


  • Searched the ebrary eBook collection: 1,020 times, resulting in opening ebrary eBooks a total of 5,918 times!




  • Viewed the Humanities 5 Research Guide: 3,588 times


Way to research, Big Red!

Any outstanding research questions? Do be in touch!

« Prev - Next »