• Mathematics,  Natural Sciences,  Research

    Dear Physics V,

    Great to see you today!   As you remember, this is your research guide describing and discussing the library’s eCollections of scholarly physics sources.  All of the eCollections contain limiters so one can easily extract the most contemporary physics research.   Any research questions?  Please be in touch!  🙂  Ms. Sanborn  

  • Databases,  Natural Sciences,  Research

    New Research Guide: Anatomy & Physiology

    Now on the Ohrstrom Library site is a new research guide in support of the Anatomy & Physiology, Congenital Heart Defect Project. Spotlight on:  The Academic/Scholarly Journals tab within this guide.  This tab details the steps to collecting scholarly journal articles from Library-purchased databases of digitized journals.  Consider these databases when fulfilling the three journal article requirement for successful completion of the project.   Research guides gather together the most pertinent library resources for a specific project, from the larger (and ever-expanding) universe of Library sources/collections. Please feel free to contact Ms. Sanborn (lsanborn at sps dot edu) for a research consultation and/or to discuss any of the items in…

  • Databases,  General Works,  History,  Humanities,  Natural Sciences,  Periodicals,  Religion,  Research,  Social Sciences,  Uncategorized,  Web Resources

    eBooks in Project Muse Beta Site

    We already love Project Muse for recent journal content, but very soon we will also have the opportunity to fall in love with Project Muse all over again – this time with eBooks!  Earlier this year Project Muse announced it would be adding an eBook component to its database. Expected to launch in early 2012, the eBook content is projected to exceed 12,000 unique eBook titles, all searchable simultaneously within the existing journal content. Project Muse  has a beta site, currently containing 300 scholarly eBooks, available now at: http://beta.muse.jhu.edu/ Look for an announcement in 2012 regarding access to Project Muse eBook collections via Ohrstrom Library. If you have questions about…