Links on the Library Homepage
Head, Technical Services Department
If you haven’t looked lately, new links have been added to the library
homepage. Here are a few gems you may have missed:
The main library page now displays a link for email to the library. You
can now send a message or a question. It will be referred to the appropriate
staff member and a reply will be sent to you within 24 hours.
the New Book Shelf
Each Monday, new books are put on display for one week. Although
you cannot borrow the books while they are on display, you may sign up
to have them routed to you when they are ready to circulate.
can also check out the titles of the books displayed over the previous
three months. You can find this link on the main page under “What’s
For example, you
may have seen a book on Native American Medicine two weeks ago on the
new books shelf but can’t remember the title. You can now search
the list by date such as April 26 and then use the browser’s find
command to look for keyword “native.” The record you are looking
forwill appear as follows:
Honoring the medicine
: the essential guide to Native American healing / Kenneth "Bear
Book Stacks--upper floor
WB 890 C677h 2003
Renovation of the library
can find lots of information about the changes going on in the library
during the renovation period — i.e., timelines, plans, HSEC news,
24-hour study room and bathrooms in the library! For those of you who
don't visit the library regularly, you can follow the progress by checking
out the pictures on the renovation page — however, you will miss
all the noise if you don’t come in to check it out yourself. Find
this renovation link
on the main page under the picture.
Searching with ejournal publisher search engines
have added a new page to the library website under the heading Ejournals
Ejournal Publishers Search Engines . This section provides links to
each ejournal publisher. Some sites have sophisticated search engines
and others just provide keyword search tools. Many faculty have already
discovered the search engines at Highwire
Publisher and Scirus at
Science Direct extremely useful.
Be aware, however,
that your results may include journals without library subscriptions.
You also will not find the link out to library resources which are available
in PubMed, Ovid and Web of Science. You may be asked to pay for some articles.
Report Form for electronic resources
you experience any problems with any of our electronic resources, you
can now report it to us by filling out this form. We will try to answer
your electronic problems immediately. You can find this link at the top
of every page under the Comments Button.
information for faculty
reponse to many questions regarding legal restrictions on posting course
material on the web, the library staff have developed a page of links
to many resources and legal definitions. Click on Useful Links in the
left column of the library homepage, go to Internet Resources and then
Intellectual Property Resources.
for giving to the library
users frequently donate a book to memorialize a friend or neighbor. Now
you can take a look at other possibilities of donating to the library.
Check out the link on the left column of the library homepage and click
on Ways to Give .