New Research Guide: Humanities IV

A new Humanities IV research guide is available for those writing the Humanities IV research paper.  Use this guide to identify chronologies, recommended catalog searches, historical newspaper articles, newsreel footage and online primary source collections. Please feel free to contact … Continued

3,000 Plus (More!) eBooks: NetLibrary

Ohrstrom Library recently purchased 3,000+ eBooks from Netlibrary. To search the full-text of these eBooks, simply visit Netlibrary HERE. Records for all of Ohrstrom’s eBooks are included in the library’s online catalog, located HERE. Tip: Searching the catalog will search … Continued

The Primary Source Hunt: OAIster

Are you too looking for primary sources? Most Humanities V teachers are requiring at least two for completion of a successful research paper.  If you’ve looked in all the usual places (such as those listed here in our primary source … Continued

New Reference Book: Consider the Source

Consider the Source: A Critical Guide to 100 Prominent News and Information Sites on the Web by James F. Broderick & Darren W. Miller, Information Today, 2007. Find it in Ohrstrom at: REF 070.579 B78C Using news or newspapers in … Continued

New Database: American History in Video

Ohrstrom Library is pleased to announce its subscription to American History in Video.  This database provides access to over 5,000 titles from the 1920s to 2008 including: newsreels, documentaries and government footage. Every video includes a complete and fully searchable … Continued