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New Look for EBSCO Databases

If you use Academic Search Premier, Business Source Premier, or one of the many other library databases that uses the EBSCO search interface, you’re in for a big surprise! EBSCO recently changed the look and feel of their search interface. Take a look at the new EBSCO.
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ARTstor Beta not compatible with Internet Explorer 6

Having difficulties accessing ARTstor?  We recently learned that the new Beta version of ARTstor is not compatible with Internet Explorer 6. However, the new version of ARTstor does work with Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer 7.  Please keep this information in mind when using this resource.
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You’ve never seen Piper Hall like this before!

You’ve never seen Piper Hall like this before!

After nearly a year of negotiation with the National Parks Service, the Women & Leadership Archives obtained nearly forty photographs of Piper Hall when owned by the Johnson family in the 1920s. These rarely seen images show for the first time what the interior of the house looked like before any major changes were made...
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On the Web: International Children’s Digital Library Foundation

The University Libraries are pleased to highlight the work of the International Children’s Digital Library Foundation, whose mission “is to support the world’s children in becoming effective members of the global community – who exhibit tolerance and respect for diverse cultures, languages and ideas — by making the best in children’s literature available online free of charge.”...
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Funding for Grants and Fellowships

The 2009 edition of The Grants Register:  The Complete Guide to Postgraduate Funding Worldwide is now available the in the Cudahy Library reference collection (call number:  Ref LB 2338 .G7 2009).  The Register provides information on 4207 awards funded by 1193 awarding bodies. Table of Contents Preface How to Use The Grants Register The...
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Periodical Abstracts & Wilson Select Cancelled

Due to state budget reductions, statewide subscriptions supported by the Secretary of State’s Office for the following electronic resources must be cancelled, effective immediately: Periodical Abstracts & Wilson Select Plus We apologize for the inconvenience, and thank you for your patience in the coming weeks as we try to resolve this issue.
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