Tag Archives: ebooks

Little Green Data Book

The World Bank‘s annual Little Green Data Book is an interesting source of data related to the world environment. The 2014 edition will appear in June, but of course the 2013 edition is available now to learn, for example, what … Continue reading

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Would you like to improve your typing (keyboarding)?

Many people are doing less traditional typing on their smart devices, because they’re very busy texting with just their thumbs or taking advantage of new technology that uses predictive vocabulary and touch swiping. So you may not have had much … Continue reading

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eBooks are eVerywhere

Although Andersen Library has offered a variety of ebook collections for many years, this year we are finally launching into the ebook orbit in earnest. EBSCO eBook Collections In July, we began a subscription to EBSCO’s eBook Academic Collection which … Continue reading

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Caribbean Immigrants and Latino Identities

On September 24, Francisco A. Scarano will be giving a lecture on “Caribbean Immigrants and Latino Identities” in the UC. Whether or not you are able to attend the event, you might be interested in getting more familiar with the Caribbean, immigration, Latino identies, or some combination thereof. This is where Andersen Library can help you out. Continue reading

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Memorial Day

On Monday. May 27th, we will observe Memorial Day. A national moment of remembrance takes place at 3:00 p.m. local time. The Whitewater Banner describes Whitewater’s observance on May 27 (parade starting at 10:30 am from the First Citizens Bank … Continue reading

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Résumé Doctor @ Andersen Library Jan. 29-31

The Résumé Doctor is in! Drop into Andersen Library between 1 and 4 pm Tues.-Thurs. this week to have the good doctor give your résumé a check-up! Andersen Library also has resources about résumés, cover letters, and interviews. Search the … Continue reading

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William the Conqueror invades England (Friday Fun?)

William the Conqueror invades England! Ahem, I mean, William the Conqueror, aka William I, King of England, invaded England on this day (Sept. 28) in 1066. I didn’t miss the anniversary this year, thanks to a tweet by the University … Continue reading

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Résumé Doctor @ Andersen Library Sept. 18-20

The Résumé Doctor is in! Drop into Andersen Library between 1 and 4 pm Tues.-Thurs., September 18-20, to have the good doctor give your résumé a check-up! Andersen Library also has resources about résumés, cover letters, and interviews. Search the … Continue reading

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Mark Twain’s Racial Relevance

Alan Gribben, a nationally recognized Mark Twain scholar, will talk about “Mark Twain’s Racial Relevance” on Mon., Apr. 9th, at 7pm in the Irvin L. Young Auditorium. It’s the last Contemporary Issues Lecture of 2011/2012, and is co-sponsored by the … Continue reading

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Brill ebooks ‘r’ us

Are you tired of carrying around a ton of books on your research topic? If so, Brill can help alleviate the problem. Continue reading

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