Category Archives: online @ the library

T3: Lynda.com

Do you have questions about Excel, Access, SPSS, or other software? Want to learn the finer points of Photoshop or digital animation? UW-Whitewater has a subscription to Lynda.com, a clearinghouse of professional video tutorials for all types of software. Lynda.com … Continue reading

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Databases on Trial

No, we’re not going to send our databases to jail. We’re just trying on some new products to see how they fit. This month, we are trialing ten databases. Take a look at the Database Trials page, give the products … Continue reading

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Friday Fun: Word Games

Lots of us go to the Merriam-Webster.com site to get definitions, but there are some word games there, too! When you complete a quiz you’ll be able to compare your score to the average score overall, or the average score … Continue reading

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Research@UWW – simplifying your research discoveries

Research@UWW is a discovery tool that allows you to search for “everything” — books, articles, and digital items available both locally and from other UW campus libraries — at once. It casts a very broad net, brings back results sorted … Continue reading

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Friday Fun: Jazz Music Library’s brand new look!

The streaming audio database Jazz Music Library, part of Alexander Street Press’s Music Online, released a new look on August 14th. UWW students and staff can enjoy some jazz tracks from over 44,000 albums! That is a whole lot of … Continue reading

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Desperately seeking primary sources?

Are you in the Atlantic History course, or some other course for which you are looking up primary sources for periods like 1400-1800?? There are library guides for courses like Atlantic History that list databases to search for primary sources. … Continue reading

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Wall Street Journal, Where Are You??

Looking for the Wall Street Journal? Go to the Journal Holdings List (linked from the Library’s home page) and search for it…you probably want the Eastern Edition. Click ABI/Inform and either search within this newspaper, or browse issues by date. … Continue reading

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BioOne database down Mar 1

The BioOne database will be down for maintenance on Sat., Mar. 1, beginning at 10 a.m. The duration of the downtime is not fixed, but could range from 4-16 hours. If you are conducting research in subjects covered by this … Continue reading

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T3: EBSCOhost Mobile App

Do you use any EBSCOhost databases, like Academic Search Complete, PsycINFO, or Communication & Mass Media Complete, on a regular basis on your phone or tablet? If you ever access EBSCOhost databases from your mobile device, you can download an … Continue reading

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Academic Videos By the Thousands

The Library is conducting a trial of the Academic Video Online: Premium streaming film database from Alexander Street Press through February 28, 2014. Please try it out and send us your feedback by February 28, 2014. We are considering whether … Continue reading

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