AccessScience—the Go-to Guide for Scientific Terms, Processes, and Phenomena

What is taeniodonta? How do you build a levitation machine? Don’t know off-hand? Find the answers in AccessScience, the Library’s latest online acquisition from McGraw-Hill that provides access to over 115,000 definitions, 8500 articles, 3000 biographies, and 18,000 downloadable images, … Continue reading

The Library Releases New Video Explaining Fair Use!

If you think copyright laws were enacted so authors and their publishers can control the public’s use of their work and make themselves rich, think again. The U.S. Constitution empowers Congress to give authors and inventors an “exclusive right” to … Continue reading

The Library Welcomes New Special Collections Instruction Librarian Krystal Appiah

The Library is pleased to welcome Krystal Appiah, who began on February 13 as the new Instruction Librarian for Special Collections. Krystal was most recently the Curator of African American History and a Reference Librarian at the Library Company of … Continue reading

Peter Kaufman to Speak about the Challenges of Open Educational Resources at Harrison/Small

The Library welcomes Peter Kaufman—author, educator, film producer, and advocate of open educational resources—who will speak on “Knowledge Production and Free Licenses: Challenges and Benefits for the Modern University” in the auditorium of the Harrison Institute and Small Special Collections … Continue reading

Sage Research Methods—the Library Resource with Everything Students and Faculty need to Know about Research

When you open Sage Research Methods—one of the new resources offered this semester by the Library—you’re greeted with the phrase “what every researcher needs.” Mouse over “Browse” at the top of the page and you’ll see how accurate the phrase … Continue reading