eReference @ Ohrstrom

Teacher says no Wikipedia allowed?  Concerned about author credibility?  Try searching Ohrstrom Library’s digital reference collections, available from the library’s eReference page. These eReference collections will quickly provide essential background information, written by known experts and backed by an academic … Continued

New Research Guide: Artificial Intelligence

A new Artificial Intelligence research guide is available for those working on the Artificial Intelligence research project.  Use this guide to identify useful eReference sources, recommended library catalog searches, newspaper, magazine and journal articles, as well as online sources. Please … Continued

ebrary offers open access to 9/11 ebooks through September

Throughout the month of September, ebrary, an eBook vendor that Ohrstrom Library currently contracts with, is offering free access to its collection related to 9/11.  Fifteen searchable, full-text ebooks are available as part of this collection. In support of the … Continued

New Research Guide: Literature of Witness

A new Literature of Witness research guide is available for those writing the accompanying research paper.  Use this guide to identify reference materials, recommended catalog searches to retrieve physical and ebooks, as well as contemporary and historical journal, magazine and … Continued