The following services will be unavailable from 10pm to midnight on Saturday, November 8:
The library subscribes to more than 900 premium online information sources. To learn more about what we've added in the last month, see our list of new resources.
» ebrary (37,000 e-books you can read online)
» Encyclopedia of International Media and Communications
» MasterFILE Premier (general interest article database from EBSCOhost)
To find out more about any of our electronic resources, search its title here.
Doing research that requires numeric data? Try the Doe Library's new Data Lab. Located in 189 Doe (1st floor), the lab is open 10am-4pm Monday-Friday.
We offer a growing collection of electronic data files, expert consultation, and computers on which you can use analytical software such as MS Excel, SAS, SPSS, Stata, and DataFerret.
The Data Lab website also offers a search engine for locating social science data on the Internet.
The Earth Sciences and Map Library now offers large format scanning and printing services to the Campus community.
The library's scanner, an HP Designjet T1100 MFP, is capable of scanning maps with a maximum dimension of 42 inches.
Maps are scanned at 400dpi and are delivered as high quality TIFF files via web download, USB drive, or DVD. Prints can be made from maps in the library collection or from user supplied USB drives or disks and are printed on bond paper.