Saturday, September 20, 2008
1) Searching for a specific, known article: "I have a complete citation for an article I need to find" (10 minutes)
2) Searching for a topic: "I don't have any citations. I just need to find some articles" (8 minutes)
3) Searching for a specific article, but missing some information: "I know what journal I need, but I don't have a complete citation" (8 minutes)
4) Learning the basics:"What's a citation?" (5 minutes)
The tutorials (which do not have sound, for easy viewing in the Library) clearly demonstrate how to find and use library resources to locate journal articles.
As always, if you need additional help, stop by the Reference Desk on the 2nd floor of the Library, call us at 570-389-4204, or contact us online, either via Ask a BU Librarian (for email answers) or via Ask Here PA (for live, online reference help).
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Go to the library's homepage, and click on Internet Resources, then Government Information. Or visit the page directly: http://library.bloomu.edu/pages/govinfo/election2008.html.
For more information about the Government Documents Collection, please contact Katie Yelinek, Coordinator of Government Documents, email: kyelinek (at) bloomu.edu, phone:x4228.
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
We are very pleased to announce that The Chronicle of Higher Education is now available full-text, online to students, faculty, staff and administrative personnel on or off campus. To access, please go to the Library’s web page at http://library.bloomu.edu then click on Databases (A-Z), then scroll down to The Chronicle of Higher Education – Campus Wide.
This online edition offers several advantages over the print version: