Category Archives: online @ the library

T3: Add Library Resources to Canvas

The Library Resources integration in Canvas syncs with our LibGuides system to automatically load the appropriate library research guide into your Canvas course. We use the course name and number to determine if a particular course guide or a subject … Continue reading

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Fifty Early Medieval Things (New Stuff Tuesdays)

Since the semester is winding down — and everyone is remote anyway, this week’s selection is an ebook. All the books in ProQuest Ebook Central have unlimited simultaneous users, so there are no waits or holds and you can read … Continue reading

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Welcome Back, Warhawks!

We miss you, Warhawks! But the Library staff is still available to help you with your research. You may reach us by phone, live chat or email — or schedule an appointment with a librarian on the Library web site. … Continue reading

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Kanopy change is now Live!

As we mentioned in our “Kanopy changes to come!” post on January 21, 2020, we have implemented the change and gone to a mediated model. This means that any Kanopy film that does NOT have a current license, as found … Continue reading

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Kanopy changes to come!

The Library has offered Kanopy streaming films for several years now; however, their pricing model is unsustainable for us, especially in a year of cost-cutting. The Kanopy pricing model is a per-film license model, costing $150 for each one-year one-film … Continue reading

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Featured Resource: Citation help

It’s that time of the semester…final projects and papers are looming. And with that, many students stress about getting all the citation details right. After all, no one wants to plagiarize, right? The library can help! If you prefer to … Continue reading

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T3: Lynda.com

Lynda.com‘s tutorial videos provide excellent opportunities to brush up on technology skills or acquire new ones. Tutorials on ideas and projects like building leadership skills, career planning, and stress management also exist. If you have some extra time over winter … Continue reading

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T3: ProQuest’s My Research

Andersen Library currently subscribes to 18 databases provided by ProQuest. Over the summer, we added PsycINFO and PsycARTICLES to our ProQuest subscriptions. If you spend a lot of time within any of these databases, it may be worthwhile to create … Continue reading

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Featured Resource: Ebooks, etc.

It’s taken a while for our campus to embrace ebooks. But now that our ebrary titles are listed in Research@UWW, ebook usage is really taking off. Here are some of the ebook collections you’ll want to know more about. ebrary … Continue reading

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Friday Fun: Historical Atlases

Here’s some fun for history and map buffs: American Panorama: An atlas of United States history, is an ongoing project at the University of Richmond that currently offers maps of The forced migration of enslaved people, 1810-1860 The overland trails, … Continue reading

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