• General Works,  Periodicals

    New Flipster Titles

    The library has added 4 newly-available titles to its Flipster magazine platform.   Looking for The New Yorker, Wired, Vogue or Vanity Fair in an online, always accessible, flip-page format? It’s here!   Questions?  Titles to recommend?  Let me know! P.S. Off the grounds and wish to browse the library’s digital magazine collection?  Simply log in to vpn.sps.edu, click the library icon and select Flipster from the list in the Digital Collections page.   Flipster SPS Collection Title List Page. EbscoHost. Web. 20 Nov. 2015.

  • General Works,  Library News,  Periodicals

    The New York Times dot com

    The Library just purchased campus-wide access to the NYTtimes.com site! Two items to note: Articles from 1923-1980 are not available. (For archival NYTs research, please use the library’s digital historical U.S. Newspaper collection).   Access to the NYTtimes.com site is available when on the grounds only. Remote access via vpn.sps.edu is not available.   Want more news?  Check here for a list of all of the library’s newspaper collections, digital and print.  

  • Databases,  Geography,  History,  Humanities,  Natural Sciences,  Periodicals,  Research

    National Geographic Digital Archives

    The Library is very pleased to present its recent purchase of the National Geographic Digital Archives. All issues of the National Geographic from 1888-1994 are browsable, searchable and include original images & photography. National Geographic is particularly well-known for its coverage of global cultures, human geography, history, nature and science.  

  • General Works,  History,  Humanities,  Periodicals,  Research,  Web Resources

    Magazine Archive within Google Books

    Google Books contains a collection of magazines embedded within its larger Google Books tool.  Titles range from American Woodworker, Current Organic Chemistry to Texas Monthly with many title in between.  Date range varies widely by title. This brief video describes how to extract and search Life from within Google Books.  The same technique can be applied to any magazine within this Google collection.   Helpful for: Humanities, History, Science, Art, Popular Culture