Dear AI Class,

By - Research & Instruction Librarian September 12th, 2013

Here is your research guide:

 

 

As I’m sure you recall from Tuesday’s class, the scholarly eBooks and eJournal collections will be your best friends during this particular assignment.   Do be in touch (lsanborn at sps dot edu) if you have a research question.  I can’t wait to hear about what you find!

Library Access All Summer Long

By - Research & Instruction Librarian June 4th, 2013

Away for the summer but need access to all of the Library’s digital collections?

Log in anytime, from anywhere around the world to: http://vpn.sps.edu

Click the Library logo over to the left and obtain instant access to all of the Library’s:

Looking for a particular collection/content type?

Check out these collection spotlight guides for detailed information regarding the Library’s:

Questions?  Do get in touch! (lsanborn at sps dot edu)

Best wishes for a warm and relaxing summer.  See you in September!

Top 3 Research Guides of the Year!

By - Research & Instruction Librarian May 23rd, 2013

Coming in at number 1, The Humanities IV Research Guide with 3,885 views this year.

Coming in at number 2, The Humanities V Research Guide with 2,715 views this year.

And the surprise dark horse coming in at number 3, The  Anatomy & Physiology with 883 views this year.

Way to research, Big Red!  🙂  Bleed digital.

 

 

New Research Guides

By - Research & Instruction Librarian November 3rd, 2010

The end of term is near, as is the due-date for many projects.  Three new guides were created in LibGuides to assist those working on projects in the following courses:

And as always, feel free to stop in and chat, or send an email for a person-to-person research consultation.

New Research Guides

By - Library Web Services / Archives Assistant October 20th, 2009

Lisa Laughy – Library Web Services

Three new research guides are now available through the Ohrstrom blog – just in time to help with current research projects.

Ms. Sanborn has put together research guides for Middle Eastern Voices, the Humanities V Renaissance Artists research project, and the Latin I class.  The research guides contain helpful lists of Reference books, catalog search topics for  finding circulating books, citation examples, and database search tips.

You can access the research guides through the links in the Ohrstrom Blog sidebar to the left of this post (see image above) or through the main menu of the Ohrstrom Library website (ie., Research > Research Guides > Latin I).  Each research guide has a link to a PDF version of the guide for printing or downloading to your computer.

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